Discover the Perfect ScanPro® Microfilm Scanner to Meet Your Needs

e-ImageData is excited to introduce our latest microfilm scanner product line that will be sure to impress – the ScanPro 2500, 3500, i9500. The 500 series models replace the award-winning line of 2200, 3000 and i9500 models. With intuitive tech, the new trio offers a new high-performance camera with the best optical image resolution in the industry. Specifically, with an image sensor that is 7x larger than its closest competitor, the new line improves upon its industry best image quality. ScanPro will convert your microfilm to pdf or tiff files with an image quality better than you have ever seen before.

Just as its predecessors – the new 500 series models offers a complete solution for on-demand research and digital conversion. Regardless of your film type, ScanPro handles it all and more, specifically oversized aperture cards. Aperture cards are generally large format images and these images can be difficult to scan in one pass and as one image. The new ScanPro models fit the entire aperture card image in its entirety. These images are able to be scanned as one image and with the "scan size" feature, you can print to plotter size printers and with the best image quality. Just another awesome feature of the new line!

With the new models, customers will continue to experience high-performance features, a user-friendly interface and, of course, a lifetime of use – all attributes that embody the ScanPro Difference. Available in Standard and All-In-One™ models and ready to ship. Contact our team today to learn more about our newest line!

Helpful Tip | The film types that you will be able to scan depends on the Film Carrier that you have on your ScanPro. This film type guide shows the film types that can be automatically scanned based on the film carrier that you will be using on your upgraded scanner.

Explore the ScanPro All-In-One™ Models for In-House Conversion and On-Demand Research

We're proud to offer three innovative models for your specific needs. For the only image-marked (blip) sensing scanner on the market, discover the ScanPro i9500 All-In-One. For the clearest image and highest resolution images, the ScanPro 3500 All-In-One is your solution. For the budget-friendly option, the ScanPro 2500 All-In-One will please your wallet and provide you with the highest performance.

ScanPro i9500 All-In-One | ScanPro 3500 All-In-One | ScanPro 2500 All-In-One


Not sure what you need, for a complete overview of the ScanPro All-In-One scanner, click here.

The ScanPro 3000 All-In-One is so easy to use, perfect for our archives volunteer corps, who range from younger students with limited exposure to microform materials to senior citizens who embrace the easy to use software and automated features. The ScanPro has enabled us to attack archival digitization projects at an efficient pace without compromising quality.

- Matthew Shirko, Baltimore Museum of Industry

Explore the ScanPro Microfilm Scanner Standard Models for On-Demand Research

We know that our customers' application needs and budgets vary, therefore, we're proud to offer the ScanPro standard line of microfilm scanners. Our standard line provides the necessary features needed for on-demand reading, printing and scanning of film, fiche, jackets, aperture cards and micro-opaques film.

Our standard models are the best solution for your essential needs now and as your applications grow, our ongoing technologies will continue to accommodate you. Customers enjoy non-expiring software for free. When more functionality is needed such as high-speed production scanning, your scanner can be upgraded to a new model or a ScanPro Advantage membership can be added at any time. This upgrade ability ensures your scanner will last a lifetime. With ScanPro, no job is too big or too small!


ScanPro 3500 | ScanPro 2500

Our ScanPro 2200 is so easy to use and so versatile between microfiche and microfilm. Just click a button to choose what type of film or fiche. We also really like that we can crop out a part of the page and only print that. We also like that you can save images to a USB instead of printing out.

- Lori Preston, Park Ridge Public Library

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