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Have a look at wireless flash triggers, several models allow you to trigger the shutter release from them. (E.g. Cactus' V6 transceiver) As the other answer says, the tricky bit will be triggering the transmitter with your intervalometer, however, there are quite a few adapters of different types which may do what you want.


The trick would be to find a transmitter that could receive the 2.5mm plug from your wired intervalometer. I'm not sure any such commercial product exists. It would probably be cheaper and easier to just buy a commercially available wireless intervalometer that fits your two cameras. Either of the two below would do what you want.


Having floated a few Raspberry Pi's down a river in paint cans during the removal of a dam, I can say that it is a decent set up, but struggles with resolving power in certain circumstances and eats power. If it were me, I would look at building a whole integrated system. Start with a solid PVC tunnel and waterproofing for the electronics. My personal ...

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