This category reffers to articles that are related to the microfilm industry. We usually present most aspects regarding microfilm.
Microfilm scanning prices represent the total cost to digitize microfilm in a digital format. We always include the logistics involved, the cost of actual scanning and other value-added services. Therefore we will convert your microfilm digitally while keeping a close eye on costs and other financial aspects.
Working together on your requests and needs, we will be able to […]
We convert microfilm to digital images, TIFF, JPEG and PDF formats on a regular basis.
It might seem like a hassle, but if you do it frequently, converting microfilm to digital images can be quite easy.
If you are actively converting microfilm to digital, or you are tired and you want us to do it for you, go ahead and complete the following contact […]
The two current types of microfilm in use today, are microfilm and microfiche. Actually, they are considered microform technology. If they seemed a challenge in the past, going through this article will definitely answer most of your questions on the subject.
This major categories of microfilm are based on the form and shape of microform media. Microfilm comes […]
Ever wondered what a microfilm to digital conversion equipment does or how it works?
Basically, this is a special kind of equipment, that transfers microfilm frames to digital file formats. It works for 16mm microfilm, 35mm microfilm or microfiche media. Most equipment will be able to handle both positive and negative image polarity.
The microfilm to digital […]
Microfilm printing or Microfiche Printing is the xerographic process in which images from microfilm are transferred to paper.
The first solution involves the use of a microfilm reader that is connected to a digital printer. The images are transferred directly to the printer. Because microfilms are usually in grayscale or bitonal, a black and white digital […]
Microfilm vs microfiche is about the differences and similarities between the 2 technologies. Manufacturers usually deliver microfilm on reels. They spool microfilm on 16mm or 35mm reels. Microfiche is 105mm by 148mm in size and comes in sheets. The technology to write on them is more or less identical.
Machines are different based on purpose though. Microfilm […]
We microfilm images on our archive writer machines. This is possible with our state of the art pre-processing software tools, and as we mention, the archive writer machines we are using. Images from different sources, TIFF, JPEG, PDF and other formats can be transferred to 16mm microfilm. Every image is processed and then we transform […]
Microfilm alternatives are quite a lot these days it seems. With the development of digital tools, it seems microfilm alternatives are just growing and growing. Computers have greater computing power and costs are at a fraction.
If you consider the cost of 1 mb today, it would seem the decision should be pretty straightforward. But all […]
A microfilm machine is an equipment used in the microform industry. To most people, it means the microfilm reader you have probably seen at your local library. But it is more than this.
While some machines are used to write microfilm, others are used to visualize microfilm, such as microfilm readers. To scan microfilm you use a […]
Microfilming is the process in which documents, newspapers or book pages are reduced to a very small size and copied on micro photographic film.
If you ever wondered how to do microfilming then this article will show you exactly what to do. Whether it’s microfilming of records, company documents, invoices or financial statements and even medical records, this is […]