Release Date
January 2019
  • New Feature: HDR mode (more details)
    • Allows the use High Dynamic Range in supported cameras
  • New Feature: Polarization Mode (more details)
    • Allows the use of polarization mode in supported cameras
October 2018
  • New Feature: New Automatic Camera Features (more details)
    • Settable minimum and maximum values for automatic exposure
    • Automatic and continuous gain now supported
    • Settable ROI (Region of Interest) for automatic and continuous exposure, gain and white balance
  • New Feature: Measurement Mode (more details)
    • New user interface to streamline Pixelink Capture for making measurements
  • New Feature: New measurement tools (more details)
    • Measure circles by specifying diameter or perimeter
    • Measure angles
    • Automatic angle and circle detection
    • Measure in pixels in addition to calibrated units
    • Import Bitmap images into Pixelink Capture for measurement
  • New Feature: Enhanced video capture tab (more details)
    • Enhanced video capture tab gives more control and more clear information on video to be capture
    • Capture video by specifying record time as well as number of frames
    • Estimates are now given as to whether the captured video's size, playback time and playback speed (i.e. fast or slow motion)
    • A more user friendly and clear way to specify the quality and size of the captured video
  • Other
    • Various bug fixes
February 2018
  • New Feature: Metrology Tab (more details)
    • Conveniently make precision measurements from within Pixelink Capture
    • Make measurements with a variety of drawing tool including: Points, Lines, Circles, Rectangles, Polylines and Polygons
    • Customize the look of drawn measurements
    • Export measurements to an Excel spreadsheet for further processing
  • New Feature: Support for Navitar Motorized Lens Controller (more details)
    • Control Navitar Motorized Lens from within PixeLINK Capture
    • Full control over lens zoom and focus
    • Auto-focus support allows quick and easy lens focusing
    • Control multiple Navitar Motorized Lenses with multiple cameras


October 2017
  • Controls Enhancements
    • A check box has been added that allows for constant auto exposure
    • The gain slider now snaps to allowable gain values
    • The exposure slider is now logarithmic rather than linear
    • The camera image can now be flipped and rotated
  • Image Capture Enhancements
    • Captured images can now be saved as TIFF, PSD and Raw
    • There is a checkbox so that the captured image’s file name will increment up by one instead of overwriting and existing file with the same name
  • Video Capture Enhancements
    • Captured video can now be saved as MP4
    • There is a checkbox so that the captured video’s file name will increment up by one instead of overwriting and existing file with the same name
    • Video capture frame rate, playback bit rate and decimation factor are now settable
  • Effects Enhancements
    • The previously existing effects have been removed and have been replaced with the following
      • Invert
      • Grey Scale
      • Saturated and Black
      • Threshold (50%)
      • Motion Detector
      • Ascii
      • Histogram Equalisation
      • High Pass Filter
      • Low Pass Filter
      • Median Filter
      • Sobel Filter
      • Temporal Noise Filter
      • Bitmap Overlay
      • Crosshair
  • Focus Enhancements
    • The focus tab now appears for all cameras, even cameras without an autofocus lens
    • If the camera does not support auto focus the only options available on the focus tab are exposure time, gain, and the option to adjust the focus score ROI
  • Preview Window Enhancements
    • The zoom level can now be manually adjusted
    • The ROI size can now be manually adjusted (Both ROI and focus score ROI)
    • The ROI values displayed in the lower right hand corner are now labeled (Top, Left, Height, Width)
June 2017
  • Release of Pixelink's new camera showcase application - Pixelink Capture