XenICs has launched the XEVA-FPA-2.5-320 short-wave infrared (SWIR) digital imaging camera featuring an HgCdTe detector head with a four-stage focal plane array with 320 × 256 pixels and thermoelectrically cooled to 200 K. It covers the 0.85- to 2.5-μm range and operates either PC-driven or as a stand-alone module from a single 12-V, 5-A supply. It outputs data with a 14-bit dynamic range. An X-Control graphical user interface for capturing and displaying data is compatible with all XEVA camera versions and with the company’s PCI-CL frame grabber cards, and it provides direct access to settings such as exposure time and operating temperature via USB 2.0. The camera connects to a PC via Camera Link. The anticondensation housing measures 120 × 110 × 90 mm and has an adapter for C-mount optical lenses.