Microfilm Scanning

What is a Microfilm?

A microfilm is a type of storage where the original copy is printed to a much smaller version (usually 1/25th). A microfilm is literally a photographic copy of the original matter which has been recorded and different in nature to a compact disc, digital versatile disc or a blu-ray. A microfilm does not need software to be opened or read and as such has many benefits in particular to libraries or the legal industry to protect legal documents. 

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Kodak ScanPro 2000 £5497.00 ex. VAT
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  • Microfilm Scanner
  • Speed: Up to 15ppm
  • Resolution: 600dpi
  • Compatibility: Windows
  • Various Lenses & Carriers Available
Canon MS350II Microfilm Scanner £3750.00 ex. VAT
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  • A3 Microfilm Scanner
  • Speed: 15ppm
  • Resolution: 600dpi
  • Compatibility: Windows
  • Various Lenses & Carriers Available
Canon MS800II Microfilm Scanner £8450.00 ex. VAT
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  • A3 Microfilm Scanner
  • Speed: 15ppm
  • Resolution: 600dpi
  • Compatibility: Windows
  • Various Lenses & Carriers Available
Refurbished Canon MS300II Microfilm Scanner £1950.00 ex. VAT
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  • A3 Microfilm Scanner
  • Speed: 15ppm
  • Resolution: 600dpi
  • Compatibility: Windows
  • Various Lenses & Carriers Available
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Who Would Use Microfilms and Microfilm Scanners?

Industries which have a large amount of documentation where the original look of the document is very important and cannot be disturbed get the most benefit from microfilms - these industries include but are not limited to libraries, archives, newspaper and legal.