I received an LPI-G Color in the mail on Saturday. Sunday evening, I hooked it up to my Infinity 80, which I am keeping set up for immediate use. The attached image is full frame in the Infinity 80 and is a single shot. The included ImageCapture software is simple to use and loaded successfully.
There will be no problem using this imager for outreach work. It simply has the image on the screen and it updates continuously. I could definitely see the Moon moving in the image. Unless you intend on staying busy adjusting the scope position, I think a scope that can track would be necessary for the outreach work.
In the attached image, I had to put the intensity adjustment in manual and back it an the speed way back to keep the lighted part of the Moon from being whited out. There should be plenty of sensitivity for planets. In fact, there are settings for all of them that you can select in the software, including Pluto. I am going to try this out with some open clusters and see what happens.
In order to get a full view of the Moon in a single frame, it will require an optical tube like the Infinity 80, with its 400 mm focal length.