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Category: Microfilming

Microfilm Scanning Helps Library Online Services

Microfilm Scanning has been very helpful for updating library records and historical information. Many institutions around the nation have performed microfilm scanning to make it possible for users to access information online. Compare to traditional microfilm readers to view the information, the ability to go on a computer and look for the information online is a tremendous help.

 

The way microfilm scanning transfers genealogical information and other type of information from microfiche to a digital format is possible with advanced microfilm scanning equipment. The type of information that is contained in the microfilm is usually not a limiting factor. We can convert newspaper images, book images, pictures, magazines, and just about any other type of information that was previously placed on microfilm.

Microfilm Scanning For Library Scanning

Post microfilm scanning, the data converted is transferred to jpeg files or some other type of format needed. These files are then joined into a retrieval system that allows users to search for the information they are looking for. The microfilm scanning quality is not only dependent on the quality of the microfilm scanning equipment, but also on the skills of the operator.

 

Further into the future, we should be able to have access to many of the records that libraries still have in hard copy or microfiche format and microfilm scanning is one part of the solution. CONTACT US

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Microfilm Scanning Bureau

Microfilm scanning

Generation Imaging is a scanning bureau that uses the right kind of digital microfilm scanner to convert your microfilm, microfiche, aperture cards, and Kodak slides. Generation Imaging’s staff has decades of experience with using different types of digital microfilm scanners from various scanner manufacturers, like Sunrise, NextScan, Wicks & Wilson, Canon, Minolta, E Image Data, and others.

Generation Imaging is able to keep your microfilm scanning price down because of their low overhead. G.I. is an ideal partner for other scanning bureaus who wish to outsource microfilm scanning projects.

Why would other scanning bureaus that have scanning equipment outsource to Generation Imaging? There are quite a few reasons:

1) Scanning Costs- Depending on the volume, time-frame, and labor costs of your microfilm scanning project, it is very possible that G.I.’s scanning costs may actually be lower. Some scanning bureaus don’t have a smooth microfilm scanning production set up and it can really be a hassle sometimes.

2) Scanning equipment- not all digital microfilm scanners are created equal- some name brands are better than others, some scanners have additional modules, higher resolutions, more imaging filters, and faster image output rates. At the most basic level, some scanning bureaus don’t have a microfilm scanner, microfiche scanner, aperture card scanner, or Kodak slide scanner.

3) Work Overflow– there are some microfilm scanning projects that are so big, that a scanning bureau needs to either buy a new digital scanner or partner up with another scanning bureau. Some scanning bureaus can be hit with a bunch of smaller projects that need to be outsourced as well.

4) Film Scanning service– at Generation Imaging, co-founders Damian Hospital and Dan Gandul are trustworthy, efficient, productive, technically orientated, and practice outstanding customer service.

5) Corporate pricing– some scanning bureaus get handcuffed by their corporate office when it comes to giving low prices for an internal microfilm conversion. Subcontracting the film scanning service to G.I. is an excellent alternative.

6) Microfilm government RFP bids- in addition to offering low microfilm, microfiche, and aperture card scanning prices so scanning bureaus can be in a better position to win government RFPs, G.I. also provides other micrographic services, such as microfilming, archive writing, Florida document scanning, microfilm duplication, paper blowback printing, and more. CONTACT US

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Creating Microfilm: Microfilming Services

create microfilmGeneration Imaging provides microfilm services, such as film processing, creating roll film, and Kodak microfilm.

G.I. can provide you with excellent microfilming services. When it comes to archiving document services, we will have the right business solution for you.

Here’s a list of our microfilm processing services:

Microfilming:

  • 35mm Planetary Microfilming
  • 16mm Planetary Microfilming
  • 16mm Rotary Microfilming

Microfilm Processing Services:

  • 35mm Silver Roll Film Duplication
  • 16mm Silver Roll Film Duplication
  • 35mm Diazo Roll Film Duplication
  • 16mm Diazo Roll Film Duplication
  • 35mm Microfiche Jacketing
  • 16mm Microfiche Jacketing
  • Microfiche Diazo Duplication
  • Aperture Card Jacketing
  • Deep Tank Microfilm Processing
  • All meet ANSI Standards

Partial listing of some document types:

  • Personnel Files
  • Correspondence Files
  • Manuals
  • Technical Specifications
  • Permits
  • Financial Reports
  • Invoices
  • Bill of Laden Documents
  • Loan Documents
  • Mortgage Documents
  • Commercial and Personal Banking Documents
  • Legal Evidence Documents
  • Police Records
  • Architectural Engineering Drawings
  • Photographs

We can also assist you with your 16mm and 35mm film archiving and roll film needs. Many organizations, courts, cities, counties, governments, and businesses require Kodak 35 mm or 16 mm microfilm.

For Kodak microfilm purchases, we would need catalog number (if possible) and quantities.

Let Generation Imaging preserve your documents with easy access in retrieving documents faster.  Let GI help you save time, effort, costs, comply with government regulations and increase your productivity. CONTACT US

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