Our microfilm scanner can read aperture cards, fiches/jackets and roll films (16 mm and 35 mm) and prepare the data for computer processing. We scan aperture cards in batches with a maximum resolution of 400 dpi (due to the original format). The procedure is particularly suitable for scanning large numbers of aperture cards.
We scan (roll film) jackets, microfiches and roll films directly. As this filming procedure usually creates large quantities of documents in DIN A4 format that subsequently need to be microfilmed, we offer two storage options:
It is practically impossible to imagine our working lives without IT data. IT is quick, flexible and cannot be beaten for its range of options for actively editing data. As a storage medium, however, IT has one crucial weak spot: even small errors in the hardware or software can quickly result in the irretrievable loss of important files.
As a method of storing data independently of IT, microfilms offer a safe option for storing and documenting important files over a long period of time. Files saved on microfilm can be viewed at any time using special scanners, and microfilm’s durability means they are backed up safely for up to 300 years. Do you have an order or further questions about microfilm? Just send us an email, call us or drop by in person!