Microfilm Scanning Services

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Microfilm Conversion

Microfilm ConversionReasons For Microfilm Conversion

The digital scanning of microfilm to then be converted into electronic documents which are compatible with modern technology is called Microfilm Conversion.  These documents are then able to be viewed on all types of technological media including personal computers, mobile devices, tablets, and other document readers.
 
Microfilm has been used as storage media since the early twentieth century and was able to capture large documents and scale them down to the size of a film slide.  For a significant part of the twentieth century, microfilm was the standard for preserving large documents for storage, including newspapers, magazines, court documents, maps, and any other large documents which needed to be preserved and kept from deterioration.  

Microfilm is still used in some places as a way of preserving documents, but it is giving way to digital storage as a way to access files and the means to access the internet.  Microfilm Conversion is also becoming more commonplace as microfilmed documents are being converted to digital media for storage and access so they can be stored in less space and accessed with much less manpower.  

Microfilm Conversion involves scanning the microfilm into digital formats that are then accessible via computer or mobile media or even remotely via the internet from anywhere in the world.  The conversion to digital formatting also allows storage in the cloud as well.  

No matter if your order is large or small, we are sure to make your work life much more efficient once you are able to refer to your documents digitally.

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Microfilm conversion is currently underway for many microfilm archive and storage facilities including libraries, banks, museums, and organizations which need quick access to archived documents or which have need for storage space that is currently be occupied by microfilmed storage records.  Conversion of microfilm storage records to digital format can often free up thousands of square feet of storage space which can then be used for other purposes including staff offices or conference facilities.  This is one of the benefits of microfilm conversion.

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