“That is fancy” and “wow” were the words used to describe the microfilm scanner when they saw it. On a recent episode of History Channel’s Pawn Stars, a guest brought in two rolls of microfilm claiming they contained the original master negatives of the Dallas Police Department’s investigation into the JFK assassination. Having no way to view what was on the microfilm they went to the Paseo Verde Library to use the ST Imaging microfilm
Six Time Modern Library Award, Platinum Distinction, Awarded to ST Imaging’s ViewScan Microfilm Scanner
NORTHBROOK, Ill. – (BUSINESS WIRE) – ST Imaging is honored to be recognized for a record-setting sixth consecutive Platinum award for the ViewScan microfilm scanner from LibraryWorks’ sixth annual Modern Library Awards (MLAs). A worldwide leader in the design and manufacturing of digital microfilm viewer/scanners, ST Imaging® is the only microfilm scanner manufacturer to have won the Platinum MLA all six years, doubling the distinction of any competitive scanner. “Our organization is dedicated to making
Microfilm divisions of Digital Check get a larger home in Meridian, ID MERIDIAN, Idaho–(BUSINESS WIRE)–nextScan and ST Imaging, divisions of Digital Check Corp and worldwide leaders for microfilm scanning equipment, have relocated their facilities to a larger building in Meridian, ID. The new location on Principle Place doubles both the manufacturing and office areas, providing room for additional growth within both divisions of Digital Check. “Our new facility provides substantially more room for office staff,
BRIGHTON — Delving into the past is now a whole lot easier at the Brighton Public Library thanks to an $8,000 digital microfilm reader donated by the Colby family — in memory of Margaret Colby, who passed away last year. Her father, Don Colby, taught geography at East Northumberland Secondary School for 26 years and served on the library board for nine years, six years as its chair.
Notre Dame’s Hesburgh Libraries, in conjunction with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s “History Unfolded” project, hosted ”The Holocaust in American Catholic Newspapers and Beyond,” a research sprint and panel discussion in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Friday. During the research sprint, volunteers scoured through newspaper clips preserved on microfilm to unearth how the early stages of the Holocaust were covered by local reporters across the country. Read More
PASO ROBLES — The Paso Robles City Library through a partnership with the Paso Robles Area Historical Society is able to provide researchers access to a greater amount of local history material. The Library is also offering a new state-of-the-art microfilm/microfiche reader that will enable people to browse, scan, print and save the material in several formats. Read more
Fifth Annual Modern Library Award, Platinum Distinction, Awarded to ST Imaging’s ViewScan Microfilm Scanner
Northbrook, IL – January 9, 2019 – ST Imaging is pleased to receive a record-setting fifth consecutive Platinum award for the ViewScan microfilm scanner from LibraryWorks’ fifth annual Modern Library Awards (MLAs). A worldwide leader in the design and manufacturing of digital microfilm viewer/scanners, ST Imaging is the only microfilm scanner manufacturer to have won the Platinum MLA in all five years. “It is with great pride that ST Imaging receives our fifth consecutive Platinum
NORTHBROOK, Ill.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ST Imaging, a worldwide leader in the design and manufacturing of digital microfilm viewer/scanners announces their fourth consecutive Platinum award from LibraryWorks’ fourth annual Modern Library Awards (MLAs). The ST ViewScan is the only microfilm scanner to have won the Platinum MLA in all four years. “ST Imaging is proud to receive our fourth Modern Library Award with Platinum distinction. It is a testament to the ease of use and the high quality
“New Microfilm Readers Make Accessing History Easier Than Ever” writes the Denver Public Library. Learn more on what you can research at the Denver Public Library and how the ViewScan microfilm scanner makes that process easier.
ST Imaging, a leader in the micrographic conversion industry, continues to set the standard of how people work with their microfilm collection. This week, the fifth generation digital microfilm scanner and fourth generation ViewScan will make its debut, the ViewScan 4. Attendees of the 2017 American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference can receive a demo of the new scanner and software in booth 3935. “Years of research and development went into the design and functionality