16mm and 35mm Microfilm Capture

We Offer High-Resolution Two Dimensional Roll Film Capture

Using state-of-the-art digital image capture devices and image enhancement software, ImageBASE can digitize your existing microfilm or microfiche producing images consistent with the quality of the original film. Microfilm has been a standard for archival storage for many years. Today, however, it is rapidly being replaced by digital images. One key reason that microfilm is converted into digital images is because the film does deteriorate over time and will eventually become unusable. It is also typically a one-user method of storage and retrieval and does not facilitate enterprise-wide access to data. Our Denver based staff operates NxGen™ roll film scanners. With our experienced team, attention to detail and customer service focus, you'll get the highest quality from all types of microfilm. Output is typically TIFF Group 4 or PDF formats but we supports all major File Formats. Many different file types are supported, including WANG, JPEG, Modca-AS400 and others. ImageBASE can use the NxGen™ technology with traditional film and aperture card scanning to produce significantly enhanced digital images. We have also developed several large format options using the NxGen™ Digital Imaging technology which allows us to effectively scan bound books, large format drawings and documents and 3D objects. With the NxGen™ Digital Imaging Technology, ImageBASE is armed to provide its customers with the latest in Digital Imaging technology.

NxGen™ Digital Imaging Technology is an innovative breakthrough in digital image capture technology. With NxGen™ we can digitally capture original source documents using state-of-the-art optical processes, in color, grayscale and bi-tonal at a resolution of up to 300 DPI. NxGen™ represents the latest advancement in CCD Digital Scanning technology. ImageBASE developed this new technology due to the lack of advancement in imaging technology especially in microform technologies such as aperture card and microfilm scanners.