Why Replace Microfilm Cameras and Plotters with Digital Microfilm Recording Technology?

1. You’re using one of the following obsolete microfilm cameras.Kodak-MRG-Planetary-Camera

  • Kodak MRG Microfilm Camera
  • Kodak MRD Microfilm Camera
  • Wicks & Wilson ACOI Aperture Card Plotter
  • Wicks &Wilson ACOII Aperture Card Plotter
  • Microbox CADMIC Aperture Card Plotter
  • Quintek Aperture Card Plotter
  • Microbox Polycom Microfilm Plotter
  • 3M 2600 Camera
  • 3M 2800 Camera
  • 3M 2900 Camera
  • 3M2950 Plotter
  • Kodak, Canon, Minolta, ALOS, or Zeutschel Rotary Microfilm Camera
  • Kodak, Canon Minolta, ALOS, or Zeutschel Planetary Microfilm Camera
  • and more…..

2. It is difficult or even impossible to get parts or service for your planetary or rotary microfilm camera.

3. You are using a labor intensive multi-step process to create archival microfilm or archival aperture cards. [Camera – Film Processor – Card Mounter – Key Punch]

4. You are dealing with environmental and work place issues associated with handling processing chemistry.

Good News! Today, Obsolete Microfilm Cameras or Plotters can be Replaced with Modern Digital Technology.

Paper documents can be scanned using high quality and highly productive paper scanners to create digital images. These images can then be recorded onto archival microfilm and aperture cards utilizing high quality digital recording devices. Digital documents such as CAD files can also be recorded on archival microfilm and aperture cards utilizing high quality digital recording devices. This allows paper documents to be combined with digitally-created documents and recorded on archival microfilm.

Even better news! Recording onto 16mm or 35mm microfilm or aperture cards can be done on an outsource service basis in the United States utilizing high-speed automated equipment at costs similar to making a paper copy or print.

  • Eliminate investment in expensive equipment and high cost maintenance contracts
  • Eliminate concerns about workplace compliance issues and environmental regulations by eliminating handling of chemistry in processing
  • Control costs and quality by outsourcing to an experienced microfilm archiver supplying a highly automated process

Continuing to record and maintain vital records on archival microfilm for long-term access and security has never been easier or as cost effective. Modern digital microfilm technology can deliver quality results that surpass the capabilities of the cameras listed above and provide the assurance of long-term document access.