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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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IDMi and its predecessor titles have a relationship with microfilm which goes back to 1969.
Kodak was advised in this transaction by TM Capital Corp and Harter Secrest & Emery, while Gardere Wynne Sewell provided advice to Eastman Park Micrographics.Country: , USASector: ElectronicsTarget: Kodak's microfilm unitBuyer: Eastman Park Micrographics IncVendor: Eastman Kodak Company Type: DivestmentStatus: ClosedBuyer advisor: Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP
The Historical Society maintains the most extensive collection of microfilm copies of Missouri newspapers.
Whereas microfilm was used to "distribute" information it has been replaced by digital but where microfilm has been used to "archive" information it has stayed popular.
At The Crowley Company, we're seeing an increased number of requests for services regarding ageing microfilm collections.
Here at Genus we offer a service to scan your microfilms for you, with full indexing as required--either at our purpose-built ISO 27001 approved scanning facility or on your premises, if your microfilms are too sensitive to leave your custody.
The Alameda County Clerk-recorders Office Currently Stores A Copy Of Official Public Records (in The Form Of Microfilms) In A Remote Location.
At Genus we have a government client, that for obvious reasons will go unnamed, that has had their microfilms scanned 3 times now in the last 18 years.
Fujifilm adds to its industry-leading line of microfilm products with an ISO LE500 rated microfilm optimised to be utilised by all 16mm LED exposure systems currently in use.
However, microfilm advertising is still underused by some companies.
Since the introduction of microfilm in the 1930s, many institutions have thrown out their original newspaper collections or sold them to dealers.