For many desirable applications of vision guided industrial robots, real-time visual servoing is necessary but also challenging. Difficulty comes from the limited sampling rate and response time of typical machine vision systems equipped on industrial robots. These factors are addressed as the dynamics of visual sensing. In addition, robot dynamics should also be fully considered when designing the control law. Considering these aspects, this paper presents a control scheme of visual servoing. A dual-rate adaptive tracking filter is presented to compensate the visual sensing dynamics. Based on the compensated vision feedback, the techniques of multi-surface sliding control and dynamic surface control are used to formulate a two-layer control law for target tracking. System kinematics and dynamics are decoupled and dealt with by the two layers of the control law respectively. The proposed method is validated through experiments on a SCARA robot.