Hartford, Connecticut Microfilm Conversion Solution
Ideal for Connecticut government agencies and companies, Digital ReeL combines a microfilm conversion service with an online viewer that emulates microfilm retrieval from a reader printer. Practical and affordable, Digital ReeL is the microfilm conversion solution you’ve been looking for to finally convert your legacy, infrequently accessed records that still reside on deteriorating, physical microfilm. Digital ReeL has customers nationwide – read our case studies here.
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Microfilm Conversion Accuracy
We have two secure microfilm conversion facilities in Northern California, one in Silicon Valley and the other in Sacramento. On-site options are available if your microfilm records must stay in your Connecticut facility. Our microfilm conversion technicians digitally convert your physical microfilm rolls into virtual, digital microfilm rolls. To prevent the loss of any of your records during the microfilm conversion process, we convert the entire microfilm roll into an exact digital representation of your physical microfilm roll.
Retrieve Your Digital Microfilm From an Easy to Use Viewer
The Digital ReeL microfilm conversion solution includes a software application that enables users to retrieve virtual microfilm rolls from a PC workstation, avoiding the hassles that come with physical microfilm and legacy reader printers.
Digital ReeL combines full-text searching capabilities with your existing indexing methodology (e.g. case number, roll/frame, book/page) so that users can quickly find information.
Adjustable grayscale is also included so that users can fine tune and optimize the quality of difficult to read images.
Install At Your Location or Leverage the Cloud
On Premise: After BMI completes the microfilm conversion service at our facility or at your site, your IT department stores and manages the digitally converted microfilm records and the Digital ReeL application. Users access records from a computer workstation(s) through the Digital ReeL interface.
Cloud Option: BMI not only performs the microfilm conversion service, but also hosts your digital records at our secure data center. Your researchers will log into the Digital ReeL web interface client to search and access records.
Learn more about the Connecticut microfilm conversion solution by calling (800) FLY-FILM.