I couldn't find any reference to the codename Falcon Cliffs, so tried to eliminate other camera types by a process of elimination. According to an Asian website, the F200 was Bell Cliffs, and the R200 was Double Spring. The old RealSense Snapshot camera (also known as R100) was Davis Reef. If it is a RealSense camera, that would leave the SR-300, or the forthcoming ZR-300 and R400. If Intel's codename structure is consistent, it would suggest that since F200 was Bell Cliffs, the Falcon Cliffs would be its next-gen replacement, the SR300.
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We would like to confirm as MartyG has mentioned the Falcon Cliffs is the Intel RealSense SR300 camera, and you should just connect the camera and the driver will download automatically if you are using Windows 10.
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