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1. The Euclid does come in and out of stock. Unfortunately there is no advance notice of when it returns. All you can do is keep checking the RealSense store occasionally.
2. As far as I know, the Euclid is not scheduled for retirement at this time. An end of life notice for a RealSense product does not necessarily mean the complete end of that product. For example, both the R200 camera and the R200 caseless module board are being discontinued. With the SR300 though, the camera is being discontinued but the caseless module version of it will continue to be available. So it is possible that even if the ZR300 Developer Kit camera ends, the circuit board may continue in the Euclid. There is no definite news I can give on this subject though.
3. A message from Intel support agent Jesus Garcia on another site last month said that the 400 Series cameras would not have IMU or fisheye.
Thanks for the prompt and helpful answer! With regards to the Euclid's future, I'll just say that the integration of all these sensors and technologies into one package is extremely useful for the robotics community. Yes, smartphones have done this for us as well, but not with the right sensors or the right OS (Linux). So long live the Euclid! ;-)