I am a beginner amateur astrophotographer but a thought hit me this afternoon. I know mono cameras collect more details than color due to the color ccd Bayer-Filter array. My thought came from TV’s rgb emitters getting smaller and smaller from 720, 1080, 4K, 8K and even 16K... Couldn’t that shrinking work with color ccd chips and make them 2-4x smaller than the Mono equivalent thereby making them more sensitive to smaller details? Or would the smaller sizes absorb less light? Would it work if they found a naturally more light sensitive ccd material?
And also what is the detail difference between a color CCD and a mono used with rgb filter wheels? Does the pure mono no filters still gather more details than a mono with filter wheel?
Sorry if this was a dumb thought.