ST ViewScan Used on History Channel’s Pawn Stars

ViewScan III used on History Channel's Pawn Stars“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 scanner. With the ST Imaging Premium Software they were able to review many evidence files, including that of Lee Harvey Oswald. Was it the original master copy? Find out below and the see the ViewScan in action.

Go here to watch the segment.


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