MICROFILM MICROFISHE APERTURE CARDS TO DIGITAL FILE OXFORD UK
The standard lengths for using roll film is 30.48 m (100 ft) for 35mm rolls, and 100 ft, 130 ft and 215 feet for 16mm rolls. One roll of 35 mm film may carry 600 images of large engineering drawings or 800 images of broadsheet newspaper pages. 16 mm film may carry 2,400 images of letter sized images as a single stream of micro images along the film set so that lines of text are parallel to the sides of the film or 10,000 small documents, perhaps cheques or betting slips, with both sides of the originals set side by side on the film. Please contact us for a competitive quotation.
At Oxford Duplication Centre We can easily convert and digitise all your microfilm and microfiche archives either in bulk or on demand service. All images are scanned using the latest technology with high resolution images.
We can cater for all microfilm including:
16mm Roll Film, 35mm Roll Film, 16mm & 35mm Microfiche, Master Jacketed Microfilm, 35mm Aperture Cards.
We offer scanning options to include TIFF, JPEG or PDF format at up to 600dpi resolution.
An aperture card is a type of punched card with a cut-out window into which a chip of microfilm is mounted. Such a card is used for archiving or for making multiple inexpensive copies of a document for ease of distribution. The card is typically punched with machine-readable metadata associated with the microfilm image, and printed across the top of the card for visual identification.
A microfiche is a flat film 105 x 148mm in size, that isISO A6. It carries a matrix of micro images. All microfiche are read with text parallel to the long side of the fiche. Frames may be landscape or portrait. Along the top of the fiche a title may be recorded for visual identification. The most commonly used format is a portrait image of about 10 x 14mm. Office size papers or magazine pages require a reduction of 24 or 25. Microfiche are stored in open top envelopes which are put in drawers or boxes as file cards, or fitted into pockets in purpose made books.
Microforms are scaled-down reproductions of documents, typically either films or paper, made for the purposes of transmission, storage, reading, and printing. Microform images are commonly reduced to about one twenty-fifth of the original document size. For special purposes, greater optical reductions may be used.
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