This may not be the right place but I'm hoping for some creative thinking and advice if you'd be so kind.
I work for an organisation that takes photos of footpath pavement for damage. We do this using an automated system that uses a pair of Sony a6000 cameras. These are remotely and automatically triggered via the "multi-port" on the camera.
At the moment the cameras are mounted on the front of a vehicle and pretty much exposed to the elements. We don't take photos in the pouring rain but there is a risk of splash and light rain.
Is there a waterproof case in the market that already supports some kind waterproof interface access to the camera?
I'm aware of the Meikon case which seems to have two connectors that I think are for the flash. I'm guessing there's some kind of hot shoe interface there.
I'm handy with a soldering iron so making up small "fly leads" internal to the case shouldn't be a problem but without seeing these cases the issue will be clearance around the body of the camera to allow a plug to be inserted into the camera and still allow the case to close.
The second major issue is access to waterproof connectors.
Ideally if I could get 5 internal wires connected to the waterproof connectors outside the case I'd be fine. However I need three minimum for the automatic shutter trigger.
You advice, experience and recommendations appreciated.