As synchonicity would have it, today we're setting up an e-ImageData
ProScan 3000 microfilm scanner ( for a two week
trial.  It comes with ABBYY Fine Reader for OCR. The goal is to digitize
our microfilm collection.  I'll report back on how the trial has gone in a
couple of weeks, but in the meantime, feel free to contact me if you have
any questions.

John Lolis
Coordinator of Computer Systems

100 Martine Avenue
White Plains, NY  10601

tel: 1.914.422.1497
fax: 1.914.422.1452

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On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 9:43 AM, Matt Sherman <[log in to unmask]>

> Hi all,
> Does anyone on the list have much experience with microfilm scanning?  We
> have some old student newspapers and dissertations that we want to get into
> a digital format and while I do have a lot of expreience with photos, text,
> negatives, and large format media, I have not done microfilm. As such I am
> wondering if there is a good tool or set of tools to use when scanning
> microfilm? Either tools to scan with a standard bed-scanner or some kind of
> microfilm scanner?  Any suggestions would be appreciated.
> Matt Sherman