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A new version of librealsense has been released to support new models of RealSense cameras.
The librealsense library will be upgraded to the new release, and the previous library will be changed to librealsense1 to support older model RealSense cameras.
New Cameras supported by the updated version of librealsense library include: D400, D410, D415, D420, D430, D435, D4m.
Older Cameras that can be supported by the previous library now named librealsense1: R200, F200, SR300, LR200, ZR300
@thofmann @jkurik Does the above write up look reasonable to you?
Metadata Update from @sclark:
- Issue assigned to grundblom
Sounds good to me!
Metadata Update from @pbokoc:
- Issue status updated to: Closed (was: Open)
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