Yeah, well, maybe, but ...
The CCTV system is automated monitoring, very little involvement from the operators - few of the cameras even have PTZ (pan, tilt and zoom). While the SCORPION STARE aspect is neutrino-induced fusion of carbon to silicon resulting in production of heat and a certain stiffening of the target's joints - a WMD (Weapon of Monster Destruction) rather than an imaging technique.
So much SF has ubiquitous imaging monitoring (I think of the spray-on "web cameras" of Puppeteer technology in the latter parts of the Ringworld Trilogy-in-too-many-volumes), but for actual <i>targeted</i> photography as an important plot element, the series only contains the photograph of the Ringworld as "a loop of baby blue ribbon around a lightbulb - but the light is a star", which is used to hook the protagonists into the expedition. And that one isn't even credited to a named scout.
I thought I had one there ... but no. There was someone who fell into a vat of photographic chemicals - and I thought it was Rorschach (Watchmen), but no. Some other comic book universe which I've forgotten.