New Blog Post: It’s 2018 – Do We Still Need Microfilm?
As long as documents have existed the need to preserve them has existed. So, the answer is YES, we still need microfilm today! Read more to find out the reasons why microfilm continues to be an important way to safely and securely store data.
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ScanPro All-In-One™ Video featuring new AUTO-Scan® Pro
The ScanPro All-In-One scanners are the first and only, truly universal microfilm scanners available on the market today. The recent introduction of the AUTO-Carrier™ and the substantial speed and accuracy improvements of the new AUTO-Scan® Pro software provide typical scanning speeds of 100 images per minute for both microfiche and roll film.
Go ahead, see how our ScanPro All-In-Ones with the new AUTO-Scan Pro software rev up your research! And, for more details, check out our product page.
Innovations with Ed Begley, Jr. Segment
e-ImageData wants to thank Margaret Gers, Librarian Supervisor of Periodicals at the Enoch Pratt Free Library and Terry Dahlin, Family & Local History Librarian at Brigham Young University for participating in our recent Innovations segment. Their view of the continued role of microfilm as a primary source material containing unique research opportunities and their take on the continuing role of technology in making working with microfilm an easy task was a valuable perspective. Watch the video of our recent featured segment on Innovations with Ed Begley Jr., which aired on the Fox Business Channel.
e-ImageData to introduce the ScanPro All-In-One™ at ALA Annual
Hartford, Wis, June 1, 2018—e-ImageData, the worldwide industry leader in innovative micrographic film equipment, will introduce its latest product innovation the ScanPro All-In-One microfilm scanners at ALA Annual Conference, June 22-25 in New Orleans, La, Booth #1148. The All-In-One scanners not only meet the needs of an on-demand viewing, scanning and printing application but they are also capable of high-speed conversion scanning of both microfiche and roll film, making them the only automatic desktop scanning solution for all film types.
To learn more about our ScanPro All-In-Ones and our new AUTO-Scan Pro software, see our blog.
New Blog Post: Digitization and Copyright Laws
June 12, 2018 - Researchers make heavy use of digitized information. Physical documents are fragile, and their holders may limit their availability. Working with a digitized copy allows close examination and computer enhancement. At the same time, it's necessary to remain aware of copyright issues. Scanning materials freely can lead to legal trouble. See our blog for some helpful things to keep in mind.