Thursday, January 7, 2010

Microfilm Scanning

With 16mm and 35 mm microfilm scanning, price, speed, and quality are the three key factors in making a decision to choose a company to perform a microfilm conversion. New scanners on the market cost around $75,000 or more. Used cheap scanners can be bought second hand with no warranty-in other words, at your own risk. Of course, training and maintenance are major components of running a microfilm scanner. Factor in the labor, overhead, network setup, management, and quality control, and you can see that meeting the deadline in cost-effective matter will not be achieved if you try to do this on your own.

That's why if you are a company, organization, or individual looking for a digital microfilm conversion, the experience and reputation of a microfilm scanning company is paramount in your choice.

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Anthony Ferrar Scanning Depot 786-227-3042
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