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mi·cro·film

(mī'krō-film),
1. A photographic film bearing greatly reduced images of printed records.
2. To record on microfilm.

microfilm

(mī′krō-fĭlm″)
A film containing a greatly reduced photoimage of printed or graphic matter.
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The microfilm series we used as the stimulus in this study, titled "House of Little Moments" (Lien & Lo, 2015), was developed by ADK Taipei advertising agency for Uni-Noodle in Taiwan.
The company's flagship products, the ST ViewScan and book scanning products incorporate the latest technology to improve scanning, viewing, and editing both microfilm and printed materials within libraries, schools, and other collections.
Our solution offering includes; document capture, workflow automation, cloud-based and on-premise document management software, electronic forms and mobile data capture solutions, records management, email management software, document scanning services, document scanners and microfilm scanners.
In our vault, for microfilm newspapers, we have over 10,000 newspapers.
The Microfilm process is a key component in Baker Perkins' new AutoCook series of cooking systems.
Buffalo Criterion, Bellamy, Herbert Files, (Monroe Fordham Regional History Center, Buffalo, New York), microfilm roll, folder 4, slide 78.
The archive follows nearly two years' of assembling the best microfilm of the Stars and Stripes collection available.
"Lots of people think microfilm is old fashioned and think it is irrelevant in today's market place.
The current rush to access records held on microfilm by banks provides a case in point of why microfilm still remains an effective and efficient information storage format, said Mr Negus.
Under terms of the deal, NAPC will also work with ProQuest under a long-term service contract to produce microfilm and digital content.
Her section dealing with microfilm is certain to catch a nodding head or a smile from researchers who haunt the microfilm readers at the Ontario Archives.
Then a Kodak Document Archive Writer creates an official copy of each document on microfilm, creating index information that is collected and placed into the online FileNET index.