PTZOptics SuperJoy Joystick Controller for PTZ Cameras

(8 customer reviews)


Brand PTZOptics
Compatible Devices Windows
Controller Type Joystick
Connectivity Technology HDMI
Color Black
  • Simultaneous NDIv4|HX, IP & Serial Control for a Range of PTZ Cameras
  • Create 4 Camera Control Groups with Up to 7 Devices Each
  • Multi-Brand Compatibility, including Sony, BirdDog, NewTek & More
  • Large LCD Screen with Controller Status and built-in decoder with HDMI output
  • Up to 255 PTZ Camera Presets, 9 Quick Presets, and 4 Super-Presets


The PTZOptics SuperJoy Joystick Controller is a comprehensive solution supporting mix-and-match serial and network-based control for PTZ cameras of any generation.

Additional information

Weight 5.04 kg
Dimensions 8.6 × 5 × 14.9 cm
Product Dimensions

8.6 x 5 x 14.9 inches

Item Weight

5.04 pounds



Item model number


Date First Available

February 8, 2021





8 reviews for PTZOptics SuperJoy Joystick Controller for PTZ Cameras

  1. Karl W. Weaver

    I now have full control of my three cameras.I have been waiting for this SuperJoy Joystick release for some time now. I finally got it two weeks ago and it was a breeze to setup. I just connected it to my POE switch with an Ethernet cable and it powered right up. I got a regular 22″ monitor w/HDMI hooked up to it and now I don’t have to look at the streaming software to set up the shots. My favorite feature is that the “Auto Focus Lock” button, which flashes green when enabled, and I know the focus will not go hunting every time the subject makes the slightest move. I like how easy it is to set the presets by just holding down a numbered key for a few seconds and it is set. This one feature helps me a lot of time because the band does not set up in the same spot each week and I can quickly move each camera and save change the preset before every stream. I’m still learning all the features, but this was worth the wait. Well done PTZOptics!

  2. Dinzova

    GoodI was returned for once, deu to connection. But the second was fine. It works pretty good.

  3. Kevin

    This is pretty goodThis works great. I programmed with another brand pretty easily. When you push a camera it comes up using the hdmi. You can preview each camera and it’s great

  4. TIger

    Excellent!This has been an amazing addition to our lineup.Quiet keys, Good response, and is issue free.

  5. Sharon B. Richardson

    Love it, game changerLove this easy to use powerful controller

  6. Herbert Yuen

    Great ControllerGreat addition to Church Virtual Broadcast.

  7. Daniel Kolansky

    Excellent controllerMy only two complaints after using this for a few hours in production. There is a delay between switching which camera you’re controlling of about 2 seconds. That doesn’t seem like much but it is annoying when you’re trying to rapidly control a handful of cameras at the same time.I also can’t figure out how to change the speed of the presets. The cameras can be slowed when manually controlling them, but if you hit a preset then it goes full speed. I’m using avipas cameras and not ptz optics so this may be a compatibility issue. Also annoying but not a deal breaker.Overall my experience has been very positive and we’re loving how easy it is to use. It’s a big win for us.

  8. Amazon Customer

    Very Good in Church Setting, but…..Ultimately when I got this to work, it was just as the other reviews left by other users were: very easy to implement, and responsive. Couldn’t believe it. And the panning is super-smooth.However, things to know before implementing this:-If you’re planning on putting this on your network, DO NOT do so if you have networked security cameras on the same network switch as your PTZ camera and the Superjoy controller. I had 2 weeks of pure frustration and almost returned this because, I couldn’t control the PTZ camera. The WebGUI picked up the camera fine, I could take snapshots from the web interface, and even return camera to its default position. But I either couldn’t control the camera, or had to go through a weird procedure of turning the PTZ camera off, restarting the network switch, then the SuperJoy controller to finally get it going- and and not necessarily in that order. I was terrified of turning of the Superjoy, else I wouldn’t have control of it again.I only got hint of a solution pouring over forums concerning the SuperJoy not connecting via network (of which there aren’t many); and I got tipped off when someone was complaining they couldn’t get their Super Joy controller to work on their network as well- and he happened to mention he had security PTZ cameras.I resolved my issue by putting the security cameras on its own router connected to the network switch- so the SuperJoy couldn’t ‘see’ them. after that, the controller has been a breeze to use.-The focus tends to change on a whim, so things will suddenly get blurry on you. So I’ve learned to keep a finger on the focus button, to bring things back into focus-Also, the HDMI out doesn’t work on all monitors, especially if you’re using a VGA-to-HDMI adapter attached. You’ll get the “Out of range” message on your monitor. I went through three monitors and finally got it going on a much older [and square] 17″ monitor. Not ideal, but at least it works

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