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Readability & Richness: Why Low Magnification is Essential in Microfilm Scanning

What is Low Magnification?

Low magnification describes a type of image enlargement that preserves the resolution of the image without blurring or pixelation. This process is also referred to as ‘optical zoom’.…

The All-In-One takes Platinum in Modern Library Awards, Again!


We're super excited to announce that we have taken home another Platinum award in the 2022 Modern Library Awards for our ScanPro® All-In-One™! Bringing our awards total to 8! Yes, 8!!! This includes both domestic and international…

e-ImageData releases new microfilm scanner line!

ScanPro® brings innovative tech to optimize research and digitization.

Digitization, Democracy, Accessibility: Microfilm & Archives in 2022

2021 has been another transformative year for the microfilm and archive industries. The continued impact of COVID-19 has been felt across organizations, while technologies and software never cease evolving, and the expectations…

NEW FLASH | New release coming in 2022!

We're so excited to let you in on a little secret....a new product launch is coming this January 3, 2022 to a ScanPro near you! As the worldwide leader in the micrographics industry, we pride ourselves in producing the best, most innovative award-winning line of microfilm scanners that will continue to make working with microfilm easy and fun! We're looking forward to the release and invite you…

ScanPro® All-In-One™ wins international award for top microfilm imaging solution

e-ImageData Receives Imaging Product of the Year in 2021 Document Manager Awards.

Importance of Microfilm Preservation of Native American Historical Documents

November is Native American Heritage Month, which is also referred to as American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month. It is the perfect time to educate the general public and the tribe members themselves about American Indian history, culture, and challenges Native Americans have faced, and still face, every day.

​Why You Need a 26-Megapixel Camera in Your Microfilm Scanner

In order to produce high-quality images using a microfilm scanner, it is essential to ensure that your scanner is equipped with the right camera. While there is a wide variety of microfilm scanner cameras on the market today, not all of them are created equal. When it comes to producing high-definition images that are as crisp…

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