What Should I Consider When Evaluating a Microfilm Scanner? - a feature article in IDMI Magazine
Boise, ID - December 15, 2009
There is still a large archive of 16mm and 35mm microfilm in the world left to be brought into the digital age. With the desire to make collections and information available to the public online, the increased affordability of storage and advancements in scanner technology for processing of degraded and difficult images, many organizations are now able to look for the best solution to scan their microfilm and microfiche - and there are a number of manufacturers creating products to do this.
With multiple solutions available ...
nextScan Has Moved!
Meridian, ID - October 19, 2009
Please take note of nextScan's new corporate headquarters:
690 S. Industry Wy.
Meridian, ID 83642
Phone and fax remains the same:
+1(208) 514-4000 phone
+1(208) 514-4001 fax
For any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org/nextscan
Technology in Action - Technology Helps FamilySearch Hit Major Milestone
LDS.org, UT - September 12, 2009
FamilySearch volunteers expect to have transcribed more than 325 million names by the end of 2009, just three years after the organization began its online indexing program.
The milestone was a number once thought impossible to reach in such a short period of time. In 2006, a few thousand volunteers indexed only 11 million names. But thanks to continuing advances in technology and a growing number of volunteers -- more than 100,000 across five continents -- an estimated half-million individual names are indexed each day.
At that rate, Paul ...
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Boise, ID - July 9, 2009
Read the new nextScan Blog!
The nextScan Blog is a forum where multiple authors will contribute content and generate discussions to help new and experienced users of microfilm and microfiche scanning technology gain information around developments and best practices in the film and fiche conversion industry. Visit the nextScan blog regularly to learn about Filmed Image Preservation, Image Capture, Lighting Technology, upcoming Webinars and more….
nextScan Introduces the Eclipse Plus High Production Rollfilm Scanner with LuminTec™ Light Line Illumination System
Boise, ID - April 17, 2009
Faster Scanner Throughput and New Standard in Image Quality for Increased OCR accuracy
The Eclipse Plus Rollfilm Scanner incorporates nextScan’s new, exclusive LuminTec™ light line illumination system for even sharper images and delivers the highest scan speeds for production scanning environments. These latest technological developments by nextScan enable optimization of the Eclipse Plus scanner and the many valuable features contained in nextScan’s revolutionary software that accompanies the ...