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YOU HAVEN’T SCANNED ALL YOUR FILM YET?

Are you working in a company that had a portion of your microfilm backlog scanned and chose to leave the rest on film? Was it the conversion cost? Was it because the film not converted to digital was considered not to be active enough to justify the cost? Was the time frame to convert all of your film too long? I have some great news for you that might make you want to consider converting the rest of your film to digital. Up until 7 years ago, it typically took 11 to 15 minutes to scan a roll of 16mm film at 200 DPI resolution. If your film library was large enough, it could take years to convert all the film. In many cases, labor costs alone were ...