With the nearly full Moon last night I finally got around to a little experiment to directly compare a photo HDR stack with a video stack. Using the Q3.5 with an inline 1.4X teleconverter and a Nikon D850 to fill as much of the full frame as possible a series of HDR images were acquired ( 9 X 0.3 stop) and mp4 video. Using Lynkeos to stack 3 X 9 X 0.3 NEF images converted to Tif were stacked to create one image and 2400 frames of video were stacked to create the other. Both stacks were processed lightly with Lucy Richardson in Lynkeos before converting to a TIF. The TIF individual stacks were further processed using Photoshop and Nik filters.
The two images were adjusted to the same resolution before grouping and posting.
Full resolution of the image is at https://flic.kr/p/2gf86Fi
Both images are detailed with some subtle differences between them. To my eye the video stack is slightly sharper but the HDR shows more subtle detail especially in the darkest areas of the Lunar disk.