I've decided I want to go from my DSLR to a CMOS or CCD camera, and want to pursue LRGB and narrowband imaging moving forward. I currently use my LX200R 10" SCT with an MyT mount. I image from my backyard in a small town - I barely make out the Milky Way at the zenith on good moonless nights, so seeing is not great but ok.
I've read a lot of good things about the ASI1600mm camera and am seriously considering it for my next foray into AP.
Given what I've read, many say it's important to match up the camera properly with your system. So here I am. With an f/6.3 focal reducer, I expect to get about 0.32 arc seconds per pixel. With my Canon DSLR T3i, I get 0.4 arc seconds per pixel (before debayering) and have been getting very decent OSC images. This makes me think that I won't really benefit very much from the 0.32 arc seconds per pixel resolution on the mono camera. I've read oversampling is good for planetary but doesn't give you much for DSO imaging.
I'm thinking there are many other advantages to getting the ASI1600mm, so this isn't a deal breaker for me, just wondering if anyone had anything to say about it. Would it make sense for me to eventually run the mono camera with 2x2 binning as a regular thing? I have to say I feel like I'll be cheating myself, given the touted resolution advantages of moving from a OSC to a mono camera.