The Russians had terrible luck with this project, as multiple probes reached the planet successfully, but failed to take pictures due to dumb malfunctions like lens caps getting stuck (happened several times). After reading a bit about the topic, no it seems unlikely because 1) the conditions on Venus are much harsher than anything “extreme”.
I mean, that’s actually how they do it. Most NASA lens caps are removed with small pyrotechnics. A surprising amount of stuff on landers and rovers is deployed with small explosives; they’re considered more reliable and cheaper than having some motor or servo or something that controls the lens caps.