I recently got a Canon EOS 200D Mark II, it does great astro and milky way photography and I was wondering how to shoot a milky way timelapse. the timelapse settings in the camera make it so the longest shutter speed I use for a timelapse is 1/25 and an ISO of 12800. 1/25 isn't enough for a milky way photo so I was wondering how else I would capture the timelapse? Thanks! (P.S. Any way to do an intervalometer would be great thanks)
You can use a remote to take the pictures.
Your camera is not listed but I'm sure it will work since the connection is the same on all the cameras in the list and the 200D.