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I have had experience with several joystick controllers including Vaddio, Sony, Kato a Chinese brand. The prices for these vary depending one features, ease of use, if you purchase it new or used, etc. My personal preference is either the Vaddio or Sony. They offer the best 3-axis joystick control including variable speed servo control PTZ action - from slowest the camera can do [14 or more incremental steps] to the fastest possible.
These controllers are super easy to use and there is almost no learning curve. Sony PTZ cameras have 6 internal presets which memorize every setting of the camera position, zoom, focus, color, brightness, etc.
One of the best features of these controllers is the ability to override automatic white balance settings and fine-tune brightness and color settings so you can achieve the best possible picture and match cameras if you are using more than one.
RS can go 4, feet, and connection is simple with CAT5 cable only 4 wires are used. Most of us prefer to use RS instead of the RS requires a special 8-pin DIN connector and the recommended cable length is less than 50 feet - however some have had success with longer lengths. If you choose to daisy-chain additional cameras, the 4 other pins go to the next camera, with one of the pins reserved for ground.
The controllers can connect to and control up to 7 cameras. Controlling anything other than the movement is difficult or not even possible. The only features worth using are PTZ control and memorizing presets. Connection is the same as the Sony.
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