Yes, I concur with Rickster. However, I would go for the 294MC camera. It is now $100 cheaper since I bought it last August. It has a 4/3" sensor chip and 11.3mp. It has binning option from 1x1 to 4x4. You can also play around with the ROI to mimic other cameras, such as the 224MC, if you encounter vignetting issues with SCT's and larger refractors. It has a Full Well of 63.7K which means stars won't bloat that much such as the 224MC camera with only 19.2K Full Well. It also has a low read noise from 300 gain and up. But the 224MC has the lowest read noise at 0.7, however, you pay for that with the smaller sensor chip and smaller FOV.
I like to have a set of cameras for each purpose. I use the 290MM when imaging the planets and also smaller ROI when imaging galaxies and planetary nebula. I use a Celestron Neximage 5 camera mainly for planetary image capture. It has a small 5mp sensor chip. I might possibly get the 1600MM camera with a 4/3" sensor chip gathering of large emission nebula in Ha.
There are infinite choices out there. You should pair up your camera choice with your refractor choice. If you buy the WO GT102, you can pair that up with the cheaper CEM25 mount, which will handle the GT102 very well and save you some cash. I use its predecessor, the ZEQ25 mount, and it is an awesome mount. Polar alignment is possibly the best out of all the EQ mounts I have ever owned. It can handle 27 lbs of payload and for astro imaging purposes, it handles 13.5 - 18 lbs without flinching. I have had my Nexstar C8 ota on it piggybacked with my AT60ED APO refractor and with imaging equipment, topped out at nearly 20 lbs and it chewed the weight up and spit it out with out flinching. A very solid mount and light weight.
Try comparing cameras. My choice is the 294MC at $699, uncooled. Cooling is only intended for long exposure astrophotography and is pretty useless when doing short sub exposure EAA stacking. The extra weight and power requirements are a hassle. The camera will work just as well as the cooled version for just short exposure EAA!