Seervision Integrations

This page lists all of the PTU integrations for the Seervision Suite

This page lists all pan/tilt units currently compatible with the Seervision Suite. We also have a dedicated section for PTZ cameras that are confirmed to be compatible with audio tracking.

PTZ Cameras Suitable for Audio Tracking

The requirements for audio tracking are more stringent – only certain models of PTZ cameras are performant enough to deliver the required speed and accuracy for a good remote experience. Below, we’ve listed all PTZ cameras with which we’ve tested audio tracking, and of which we know they deliver satisfactory performance. If the PTZ camera you have in mind is not on this list, it may mean we either have not tested it, or it’s not good enough. Feel free to check in with us to confirm.

PTZ Cameras With Confirmed Performance:

  • Canon CR-N300
  • Canon CR-N500
  • Panasonic AW-UE160
  • Panasonic AW-UE150
  • Panasonic AW-UE100
  • Q-SYS NC-12×80 (NC-series only, PTZ-series are currently not supported)
  • Q-SYS NC-20×60 (NC-series only, PTZ-series are currently not supported)

PTZ Cameras Likely to Work (unconfirmed, verify with Seervision):

  • Panasonic AW-UE80
  • Panasonic AW-HE70
  • Panasonic AW-UE50
  • Panasonic AW-HE40
  • Sony BRC X1000
  • Sony BRC H800
  • Sony BRC X400

PTZ Cameras (Standard Visual Tracking)

These neat little devices are fantastic for small-scale productions like a studio, where you still need a beautiful, punchy and high-definition image, but don’t need the lens/camera versatility of a full-blown production company.

Panasonic PTZs

  • Panasonic AW-UE150 (recommended)
  • Panasonic AW-UE100 (recommended)
  • AW-UE80 (FreeD)
  • AW-UE70
  • AW-UE50
  • AW-HE130
  • AW-HE65
  • AW-HE58
  • AW-HE40
  • AW-HE48
  • AW-HE35
  • AW-HE60S

Note: Newer Panasonic models perform better, especially those with FreeD. If a model you’re looking for isn’t listed, it doesn’t necessarily mean we don’t support it, rather, we haven’t tested it nor developed a driver for it.


VISCA has seen wide-spread adoption across the industry in many devices, and as of 2022, we rolled out support for VISCA over IP to respond to that popularity. Due to the wide support of VISCA, we won’t be listing all compatible devices on this page. Generally, if the device supports VISCA over IP, we will be able to steer it (at varying levels of smoothness and reactiveness).

Note: Due to implementation particularities, it is likely that we will need to tune the VISCA control specifically for each type of device to get the best possible performance out. In other words, if you are planning to control a VISCA over IP device that we have not seen before, we will need some time to test that device and make sure we can tune it for best performance.

Control over VISCA Over IP


  • Canon CR-N500 (FreeD)
  • Canon CR-N300 (FreeD)
  • Sony BRC-X1000 (FreeD)
  • Sony BRC H800 (FreeD)
  • Sony BRC X400 (FreeD)
  • Sony SRG X400


  • Sony SRG X120
  • Q-SYS NC-20×60 (NC-series only, PTZ-series are currently not supported)
  • Q-SYS NC-12×80 (NC-series only, PTZ-series are currently not supported)

Note: Always ask ahead of time about which level of performance you can expect from your selected PTZ.

Robotic Heads

Of the available robotic heads, we currently only explicitly support the Pauli Robotic Head. If you have a particular robotic head in mind, don’t hesitate to reach out to us and we can work with you through the details of the implementation.


We support a variety of lenses, some of which need external lens motors to be actuated. If you’d like to get more details, just check in with us and we’re happy to walk you through it!

What about LANC or other communication protocols?

As it stands, we don’t offer support for any additional protocols. We’ve tested most of these at some point, and we found that the respective implementations did not allow for the kind of high-frequency communication that we need in order to guarantee smooth tracking performance.

Of course, as these protocols mature, there is no doubt that they will eventually achieve the performance that we require. If you think we’re missing out on a particular protocol, don’t hesitate to get in touch to let us know!