I've tried four cameras, all coupled to a focal reducer. I've tried binning from 1x1 to 3x3.
Sensor data (microns and arcminutes):
Sensor 1: Pixel = 5.9 and FOV = 1.4x0.9; unbinned image scale = 0.40 (Mono)
Sensor 2: Pixel = 3.8 and FOV = 3.5x2.6; unbinned image scale = 0.26 (OSC)
Sensor 3: Pixel = 3.8 and FOV = 4.7x3.1; unbinned image scale = 0.26 (OSC)
Sensor 4: Pixel = 2.4 and FOV = 2.3x1.6; unbinned image scale = 0.16 (OSC)
I am targeting scale at about 0.9 to 2.1 and binning appropriately.
However, my seeing isn't great and I'm probably at 1.5 arcsec FWHM. I can easily manually align a star (e.g., using TPoint) and I can do lucky imaging but I'm having a problem with platesolving.
Again -- my primary concern is pointing, not unquided tracking, so the dual-axis tracking is a "nice to have" for this installation. I'm mainly interested in pointing accuracy.