Check the article The complex dynamical past and future of double eclipsing
binary CzeV343: misaligned orbits and period resonance for one
such example of research using data gathered with Moravian cameras.
CzeV343 appears as a dot on the sky, but it is revealed to be
amazingly complex system of four gravitationally bound stars, evolving
in a complex pattern of mutual orbits. Such research may help to
understand many still unsolved questions about the universe, like the
origin of certain types of supernovae, star mergers, paths leading to
exoplanets orbiting their host stars within days etc.
The image above, taken from the mentioned article, shows a portion
of the CzeV343 double eclipsing quadruple star brightness variations
over three days as measured by the space telescope TESS in gray dots.
Blue dots are ground based measurement of the same star taken with the
C3-61000 CMOS camera. While the ground based observations are
naturally limited to intervals when the star was above the horizon at
night, their precision is definitely not worse compared to space
telescope based ones.