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PRESERVE YOUR RECORDS

With technology constantly changing, your film records need to adapt to the latest in viewing formats. Convert your film into digital outputs for future generations to access with ease.

THE DIGITIZATION PROCESS

1

Identify and determine the microfilm rolls

to be digitized. 

2

Check the condition of the film to determine its fitness before digitizing.

3

Microfilm rolls are scanned using the most applicable scanner.

4

Digital output is indexed, checked for clarity and completeness. 

5

Final digital output undergoes Quality Assurance inspection. 

MICROFILM SIZES

We can digitize 16 mm and 35 mm microfilm. Depending condition of the film, various levels of inspection and preparation must be made to ensure that the film is scanned clearly and completely.  

16 MM

This size is commonly used for paper records not exceeding legal size (8.5" x 13.0"). 

35 MM

This size is commonly used for paper records larger than legal size including engineering drawings, building plans, 

 

Phone: (632) 8533 2584

Fax: (632) 654 7215

4th Floor, Jonathan Center

Samat Street corner Kings Road, Brgy. Highway Hills,

Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1555

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