OK, so the best image of the moon is one which shows it approximately the same size as it's seen with the naked eye? There's information in a false colour image - however it's made - in this case it shows clearly that the formation of portions of the lunar surface which appear similar to the eye is from different material. Since it's not given to us to stroll around the surface with a geologist's traditional tool (hammer) and very few areas of the moon's surface have been sampled, we do the best we can. The camera is "only" a tool & in this case a monochrome camera works far better than a colour camera, or a camera loaded with ordinary colour emulsion, ever can. With the possible exception of infra-red Ektachrome film, which was deleted so long ago that the chances of any turning up in a usable condition are rather remote. Anyhow you can make the same argument against any image taken in infra-red light ... the eye can't see, so it must be "unnatural". Wow, I wasn't even trying for beauty.