I have decided to upgrade my imaging camera from 4/3" (ZWO ASI 1600 Mono) to a full-frame camera. I've narrowed the choice to either a CMOS OSC camera (QHY367C or 128C) or to a full-frame mono CCD (QHY-11). I wish I could get a full-frame CMOS mono sensor. The lower read noise and higher sensitivity of the CMOS sensor partially offsets the loss of light that comes from an Bayered sensor. I also like the higher resolution - 5um pixels on the 367C and 6um on the 128C vs 9um on the 11.
I'm looking at the QHY version of the OSC cameras (rather than the ZWO version) because QHY has anti-reflective coatings on their windows. My ZWO ASI 1600 doesn't and it leads to halos around bright objects.
Does anyone have an opinion on these cameras?