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MQ013MG-ON and MQ013CG-ON now added to the USB 3.0 line.
Support for library "nVision Impuls Imaging:/support/wiki/vision-libraries/ released.
MQ003MG-CM and MQ003CG-CM now can reach 500 fps (frames per second).
USB 3.0 models MQ013CG-E2, MQ013MG-E2 and MQ013RG-E2 comply with USB3 Vision Standard.
Feature added - Feature allows to control sequential acquisition of images by trigger.
Feature added - Feature allows to set number of images acquired after one trigger.
Camera Supports Setting of User ID.
Feature added - Exposure defined by trigger pulse length.
Near Infrared (NIR) versions of sensors added - MQ022RG-CM and MQ042RG-CM.
Feature added - Feature allows to control timing of frames using internal timing generator independently on exposure time
High Dynamic Range (HDR) is implemented.
Released USB3 (xiQ) support for Mac OS X.
Feature added - Feature allows to control timing of frames using internal timing generator independently from exposure time.
Added Norpix StreamPix support for all XIMEA cameras.
Released XIMEA Live Support for Windows 7, Windows 8
Released possibility to control Bandwidth limit on xiQ.
Released USB3 (xiQ) support for Linux.
USB 2.0 backward compatibility of USB 3.0 cameras is implemented - xiQ cameras now work in USB 2.0 ports as well.
Released xiCOP Software management tool.
Started service XIMEA Live Support.
We released support for color sensors on CURRERA Linux.
We created and released xiAPI.NET for your new projects based on Visual C# .NET.
We created and released xiAPI for your new projects in C, C++.
We created and released integration for Libdmtx library.