I have been using a MallenCam DS287C for my club's outreach program. We started doing EAA due to COVID, but I've discovered that it's quite a bit easier to show the public DSO's on a monitor screen than in the eyepiece, especially for younger children that have a really hard time with faint fuzzy objects. From the semi-dark areas we use for summer outreach, I've been able to show the public dozens of DSOs and details like the spiral structure in M57, the eye holes in M97, the colors in M27 and M57, dust lanes in the Trifid, detailed structure in M17, etc. A lot more than they could ever see through an eyepiece. Plus you can point out details on the screen.
The MallenCam has been a good match to the 10" LX200 ACF I use for outreach (1575 mm with reducer). The only negative on the MallenCam is low resolution and a relatively tiny sensor. I would like to get something with a larger chip and higher resolution. I'd rather not spend too much over $1K on the camera. I have a laptop with USB 3.1.
What would you recommend for my situation? I want to keep using the LX200 because it has good aperture for DSOs and the GOTO is accurate enough to consistently place objects on the chip. Priority is of course on ease of use in real time/video mode, along with (hopefully) a larger sensor and higher resolution.