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Linux driver for NIT's USB Cameras

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NIT is pleased to announce the release of its Linux driver fully compatible with its line of imaging software for USB2.0 & USB3.0 cameras (visible, I-CMOS and SWIR).

This new software package comprises: Linux driver, SDK and MagicTux software. The Linux driver is particularly suitable for applications for users willing to develop embedded platform or prefer open source environment.

Last but not least, in using this package user benefits from a ultra-stable camera stream and with reduced processor access.

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