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The Demand for Modern Scanning Equipment

It is a testament to the quality of nextScan microfilm conversion scanners because many have been running for decades with occasional maintenance. You couldn’t say that about most items you have purchased for the past 20 years. Generational advancements in electronic and computer technology have advanced in that time. Networks and security are at an […]

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What Makes a True Microfilm Conversion Scanner?

Using the right tools for the job is not only common sense. It is a necessity. This is particularly true in the world of microfilm scanners. There are two distinct kinds of microfilm scanners, each with its own variations. The key differentiator is how images are captured, a crucial factor in achieving the best results. […]

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FlexScan+ by nextScan Continues to Advance Multi-Format Conversion Scanner Market

New technology will enable faster archival conversion of microfilm and microfiche Meridian, ID – Oct. 9, 2023 – nextScan, a division of Digital Check Corp., that engineers and manufactures multiple lines of conversion microform scanners, announced the new FlexScan+. Building on the success of the FlexScan, the FlexScan+ is equipped with updated technology to stay […]

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What’s In a Name? What Digital Check Did Before We Were Involved with Checks or Anything Digital

How long have you been in microfilm? We get that question from time to time, and the answer is, well, for quite some time. Our parent company, Digital Check, was founded more than 60 years ago in the microfilm business. Learn how we got our start.  

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A Question from the Symposium, “Why do you have two scanners?”

Hear what you may have missed at NIRMA At this past summer’s NIRMA Symposium, during our live session, a question was asked that we thought more NIRMA members might want to know about. For the microfilm archives, why do you have a need for a conversion scanner and an on-demand scanner? For different purposes, of […]

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NextScan Completes Delivery of Wide-Format Aerial Film Scanners for National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Meridian, Idaho, Sept. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NextScan, a Digital Check company and the world’s leading maker of high-speed digital microfilm conversion equipment, has completed delivery of its new ultra-wide film scanners to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). The groundbreaking Apex by nextScan™ machines, capable of digitizing film up to 10.23 inches (260mm) wide, […]

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Challenges of Different and Odd Film

From the Summer Issue of the NIRMA Online Magazine As Record Managers, you are very familiar that records come in all types of formats, sizes, densities, colors, and more. And while most are now created with a digital backup, there are still many documents on old analog file types. For the last two decades, the […]

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nextScan Develops a Wide-Format, Continuous Feed, Aerial Film Scanner

Fastest aerial film conversion scanner ever from Digital Check Corp.’s microfilm division Meridian, ID, March 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Apex by nextScan™ is a revolutionary film scanner for processing aerial and other large format film.  Over the last two years, nextScan — the microfilm conversion division of Digital Check Corp. — has been working […]

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FlexView Makes HMML Microfilm Scanning Project Possible

A recent installation of a FlexView 300 at the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML) has tremendously helped technicians increase microfilm scanning output. Records indicate that 207 microfilm rolls were scanned in November 2021 compared to 28 microfilm rolls scanned in November 2020. Learn more from the HMML article.

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FamilySearch Digitizes 2.4 Million Rolls of Microfilm!

Beginning in 1998, with only five employees, FamilySearch set out to digitize their microfilm collection, which was estimated to take 50 years. At that time, nextScan was not even in business. Over the last 20 years, not only was nextScan formed, introduced the Eclipse, and has lead the advancement of high-speed scanning technology which has […]

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