film digitizer

film di·gi·ti·zer

(film diji-tī-zĕr)
Equipment for converting scanned hard-copy x-ray images to digital images.
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AFC launched a Kickstarter fundraising campaign today to help fund the construction of its AnthroCine film digitizer. It is a system that is capable of swiftly and economically scanning the world's oldest movies with incredibly high resolutions.
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