The STViewScan 4 Microfilm Scanner was the obvious choice

The Albury Wodonga region has a rich and diverse cultural heritage spanning thousands of years. Through the Albury Library Museum, you can access a number of resources for researching local history.

The Albury Library Museum provides access to the Archives Resource Kit from NSW State Records which is a special collection of early NSW records made up of microfilm and microfiche resources. These materials are not available for loan, therefore must be accessed only within the library.

Due to the extensive Archives Resource Kit, local and family history collections stored on microfilm, the Albury Library required a user friendly and high-resolution microfilm scanner for library patrons. Upgrading all their microfilm scanners to the latest STViewScan 4 was the obvious choice.

This improved innovation has a powerful new tool which streamlines the browsing, viewing, scanning and saving of information. Patrons can quickly and clearly read information with all new ST PrefectFocus precision motor zoom. The motor zoom focuses the lens simultaneously, ensuring a consistently clear view whether scrolling or zooming. From 35mm film to the smallest image found on microfiche sheet, patrons can anticipate sharp and easy to read images which are properly oriented and focused every time.

Since the STViewScan 4 launch late last year, DatacomIT has successfully delivered and installed 55 STViewScan 4 microfilm scanners with the new ST PerfectFocus software throughout Australia and New Zealand.

For the clearest view of the past, please contact DatacomIT on 1300 887 507 or enquiries@datacomit.com.au to learn more about this ground breaking fifth generation microfilm scanner.

 

 

 

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