18x optical zoom motorized camera kit

Recently released smallest motorized lens controller which could be suitable to drive advanced lenses. And after a few iterations finally, the SCF4 controller is released. It is time to introduce a new camera module C1_PRO_X18.


  • 5.5~96mm optical zoom (approximately 54.2° to 3.4° horizontal view angle)
  • Motorized Focus, Zoom, Day/Night filter
  • Reference points for precise preset calibration
  • Based on C1 PRO camera
  • 1920×1080 @ 30fps
  • Video compression MJPEG, h.264
  • USB powered
  • Lightweight
  • Open-sourced SDK
  • Lens controller SCF4
  • Can be easily customized
  • Unique camera and controller serial numbers


  • Remote operated vehicles (ROV)
  • Drones
  • Surveillance applications
  • Traffic camera
  • Timelapse installations
  • Computer vision applications
  • AI with vision processing
  • Object tracking
  • Automated inspection applications


  • Length: 89.5mm
  • Width: 42mm
  • Height: 55.8mm
  • Weight: 95g

GUI SDK application demonstration

The short video demonstrates Python PyQt5 program to adjust controller settings. After power-up, the lens has to be calibrated, then earlier set presets can be used to rearrange optical elements and achieve sharp pictures even in hard to focus conditions like dusk, night, vibration, motion blur.

Comments ( 3 )

  1. ReplyAditya_EPICS
    Hi, I'm really interested in this product. For my application, I need to focus on a subject between <1 ft and greater than 15ft. Are there more specifications I can find for this camera? Best, Aditya
    • Replysaulius
      Hi Aditya, normally depending on zoom rate minimal focal distance is 5ft or more, but it can be reduced by extending camera further. I will check this later today and let you know.
    • Replysaulius
      Without camera displacement from 1ft camera works from wide (x1) to mid (~x8) range. Full zoom range is covered from 3ft to infinity. With lens-camera ~6mm spacer it works well in specified distance range. We can also provide complete camera for near focus range. Lets discuss details over email.

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