What do you convert?

Microfilm, microfiche, aperture cards, slides, and paper documents.

Is your work done in the United States?

Yes, we do not send media or images overseas.

Where are you located?

Florida, United States of America, in a suburb between Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Mailing address:

Generation Imaging

1071 W 50TH PLACE

What are your prices?

According to an internal marketing study, Generation Imaging has the lowest prices in the industry. We offer wholesale pricing to all clients, no markups or middle-men.

What is the quality of your work?

We get fantastic feedback from clients- from the retired veteran to the large corporation. Here are some reviews.

What is your experience?

We have around 30 years of experience and have handled all types of microform. We have seen everything.

Do you have references?

Yes, references are available upon request.

What equipment do you use?

We have several Nextscan, Wicks and Wilson, and Mekel scanners.

What type of turnaround do you have?

It depends on the size of your project. So we need to know what the estimated volume is.

Do you do large format microfiche?

Yes, we have the capability to digitize oversized 35mm microfiche.

Do you convert images to microfilm or microfiche?

We convert old media to digital, not the other way around.

How do you name files?

The most common way is to name each roll folder by the sticker on the microfilm container or the microfiche header.

Do you index?

Yes, we can key by fiche header or image or by utilizing an existing database file.

Can you make searchable PDFs?

Yes, we use OCR software.

Do you scan cartridges?

Yes, we convert cartridge microfilm to digital image.

Do you repair reader printers or replace them?

No, but we can offer you a solution by scanning the rolls or fiche.

Are you guys a real company?

Yes, we are not a fly-by-night website storefront run by middle-men.