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QImaging Introduces 64-Bit QCam Driver

QImaging announces release of 64-bit QCam imaging driver for QImaging cameras. This interface provides support for Microsoft's 64-bit operating systems and enables users to acquire RAM-intensive image data at higher speeds for faster analysis.

(PRWEB) January 20, 2010 -- QImaging, a leading developer and manufacturer of high-performance, easy-to-use digital cameras for life science applications, has announced the release of its 64-bit QCam Imaging driver. This new driver adds support for Microsoft’s 64-bit Operating Systems such as Windows 7 and Microsoft Vista 64.

The QCam driver has always been a robust interface for QImaging cameras. The new 64-bit driver allows access to memory higher than the 32-bit limit of 4GB, which empowers users to acquire RAM intensive image data and streamlines the workflow by providing the ability for high speed analysis. It integrates seamlessly with a variety of popular third-party software packages, and can be installed and operational within minutes. 64-bit support for QImaging cameras is on the horizon as third-party software vendors work diligently on integrating the new driver into their offerings.

This new release of QCam 64 also includes a 64-bit version of the popular QCapture Suite which provides an easy to use interface for operating QImaging cameras. QCapture Suite allows control of all camera functions for previewing and capturing images while also providing advanced functions such as binning and selecting regions of interest.

About QImaging
QImaging designs, manufactures, and markets high-performance FireWire cameras for life science, machine vision, and OEM applications. These affordable digital imaging solutions offer outstanding versatility, ease of use, and reliability. Tens of thousands of customers worldwide use QImaging cameras to perform quantitative image analysis and acquire high-resolution images for publication. Numerous alliances with third-party software companies and system integrators enable QImaging to deliver comprehensive imaging solutions and application-specific software for a broad range of demanding bioscience and industrial applications. QImaging cameras are backed by the industry’s most experienced applications development and support staff. QImaging is a registered ISO 9001:2008 company.

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