Detailed Instructions: 1. Carefully research available camera options, paying attention to sensor size, low-light performance, maximum SD card capacity and manual control options.
2. Purchase and receive camera.
3. Slap forehead upon realization that it doesn't have remote shutter control.
4. Buy the service manual, take a deep breath and bust out the soldering iron.
4a. Pause for brief moment of pride.
5. Slap forehead upon realization that the external power supply accessory is a FICTION, build external power supply.
6. Repeat step 4a.
7. Modify 8mm projector, write code and connect relay to camera, build software workflow.
8. Take 192,000 pictures.
9. Slap forehead upon realization that your mirrorless camera still has a mechanical shutter and it's wearing out.
10. Take several deep breaths, dig out your oscilloscope and logic analyzer, hack up your expensive and delicate camera, program an ATTiny45 and shove it back in there.
11. Repeat step 4a twice.
12. Get an enlarger off of freecycle.org and use it to make a bracket for mounting the camera.
13. Remove the lens, put a solder blob across the switch that says whether there's a lens or not.
14. Take lots more pictures.
15. Repeat step 4a as necessary.