Yup, and by little orange cameras I'm referring to planetary cameras. To me they are red so hopefully we're talking about the same cameras. The little cameras don't have cooling, which is important for dso imaging people do on this forum. If you ever decide to do dso imaging, you'll probably want to consider cooling.
But for what you want to do now, the little cameras will work. Please pay close attention to the size of the image sensor and your telescope focal length. You can go to sites like telescopius.com, enter your sensor dimensions and telescope focal length, and see how the objects will look. If you buy a camera with a tiny sensor, you may have hard time getting entirety of the object in your view. For example, when I was looking at objects through 750mm telescope using asi120mm, which has a tiny sensor, I could not see the entire moon at once. I believe max fps is important for eaa but not really sure as I've almost no experience with it.
Sharpcap is a good software to use with these cameras. If you buy zwo camera, I believe they have software you can use to capture single pictures, videos, eaa, etc.
We are talking about the same cameras, I didn’t know they were called planetary cameras. Just the name alone tells me this is what I want. It would be smart for me to start with some thing in the $200 to $300 price range to get my feet wet. I might find I don’t care for doing this I don’t want to have a ton of money tied up. But knowing me I’ll end up buying some thing like this. https://optcorp.com/...ts/zwo-asi183mc or even spend more money but my gut tells me not to do that. For the moment I just want to take pictures of the planets and different phases of the moon in and things like the blood moon that’s going to happen tomorrow. Maybe once in a while if the camera can handle it, take a photo of a bright open cluster or the Andromeda galaxy. Thanks for the information and clarifying that what I’m thinking is in line with what you’re suggesting. I really appreciate it, the forum is a great place for people like me to learn by discussing with you guys that have more experience.