Microfilm/Microfiche Conversion

Jumbo Microfiche 1 single image to image

JUMBO fiche is very rare. It's 105mm film that usually has only 1 image developed on it. It has been used for engineering drawings and other architectural drawings but these are rare. We have the ability to covert this very large piece of fiche. We convert it at 1200 DPI gray-scale or black and white when appropriate.

Microfiche 16mm to image

To start microfiche comes in many varieties: 1. There are a few basic types of microfiche: a. COM (Computer output to microfiche) b. AB Dick (Updateable light sensitive) c. Ultrafiche- is an exceptionally compact version of a microfiche or microfilm. The images are generally so tiny they look like small blocks. d. Microx – like it’s cousin AB Dick, contains positive images that can be erased or have a new record added. These cards are utilized in a filing system, usually under a name or social security number e. JUMBO Fiche- generally refers a 4x6 card fiche that only has 1 to 4

Microfilm 35mm to image

To start MICROFILM comes in many varieties: 1. There are a few basic types of microfilm: a. 16mm is the most common of all the film. b. 35mm is a larger vesion and generally used by archivist that want to preserve the quality of the material in a larger size image. 2. They come in 2 sizes 16 MM and 35 MM 3. They are scanned in 2 formats: simplex and duplex a. Blipped and none blipped b. Comic mode and Cine mode 4. There are 2 types: Positive and negative fiche 5. There are 3 basic formats: a. Diazo – film is produced through a process of heat and light and ammonia.
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