6 axis control

Each axis movement can be set individually and independent of the other axis.

Quick adjustments

Adjusting the positions, making different settings and switching between shot-move-shot and video mode can be done within a few clicks.

Free keyframes

The amount and position of keyframes can be set for each axis individually.

Save presets

Each motion can be saved as preset and be recalled in the future. This way you can achieve a quick setup and repeatable shots.

Different motion types

Choose between different motion types or setup your own motion using individual keyframes.

Highspeed movements

The fastest possible motion will be calculated automatically. You can set the duration in 0.01s steps.


This unit can be used with any motion controller, which supports stepper motors. Due to the universal lens gear belt, almost any lens can be attached.

Individual and free keyframes

You are able to set a free amount of keyframes (max. 20) for each axis individually. So you are able to do a linear/constant movement with one axis and a completely different movement on the other axis.

FAQ: Video-Mode

The controller will just trigger your camera and will not adjust the exposure time. So you have to set the exposure time on your camera.

The maximum speed is always depending on the slowest axis. Since all axis will move simultaneously, the slowest axis will determine the general maximum speed

Before each movement, there will be a pre-calculation of the required speeds. If the desired speed is higher than the max. possible speed, all values will be adjusted automatically.

For example: If you want your movement in 5s, but the movment of your slider will take at least 10s for the whole distance, the app will set 10s as minimum possible time.
Yes, in Timelapse and Video mode it is possible to save the keyframes for all axis as preset. You can enter a custom name for each preset and save it.

Since stepper motors don't have a absolute position, you have to be careful when calling a presets. Which means, that you have to set the correct start position to repeat the exact movement.
Usually, the keyframes are set by moving each axis to the according position.

If you have an axis with a very large distance or a very high gear reduction, it will take a certain time to drive the whole distance. So the setup might take a very long time.

To avoid this time consuming process, you are able to set the keyframe positions "offline". This will mean, that you are able to deactivate the actual movement and directly type in the desired position for each keyframe.

So if you are using a 2 meter slider, you can simply type in 2 meter as end position without moving the slider during the setup process.

You only have to set the start position by manually moving all axis. This will then be set a zero-reference.