MICROGRAPHICS | MICROFILM | MICROFICHE
Unlike magnetic or optical media, microfilm has proven it’s stability for long term (100+ years) and/or archival storage (>500 years). Images on film can always be retrieved as they are “eye readable”. A light source and lens is all that is required. Film does not become obsolete and therefore assures that the information required continues to be accessible.
Business Systems of South Carolina has a worldwide dealer network that provides products that meet the changing needs of our customers. Micrographics can be considered a vital media when implementing a document management program for your business.
We have everything your micrographic equipment requires to get up and running or to complete general maintenance. Please contact us at 843-552-7211.
Business Systems of South Carolina offers a full line of microfilm scanners. There are two kinds of microfilm scanners. Please read below for more information about these scanners.
One is the considered a point of use scanner where this model will be located where people need to look up information on their microfilm and microfiche for their use. Once the information is located on the film or fiche it can then be scanned by the scanner and then printed, emailed, or saved in a computer.
The other type of microfilm or microfiche scanner is considered a high volume scanner where microfilm or microfiche can be scanned in large volumes just to be able to put all the information on your computer.
Check out the machines on this page to see both models we offer.
Z-46: Point of use scanner. Can be used as a stand-alone system or connected to your computer to allow information to digitized for emailing and saving to your computer. Please contact us at 843-552-7211 for more information.
Uscan: Point of use scanner. Must connect to your PC to be able to view images of Microfilm, Microfiche or Aperture cards on your PC Screen. Once viewed you can scan to print, email, or save to your computer. Please contact us at 843-552-7211 for more information.
Wicks and Wilson: Rollfilm scanner. Can digitize a large volume of microfilm very quickly. Different models of this machine are made to fit the volume of microfilm you have to digitize. Please contact us at 843-552-7211 for more information.
Book scanners are available to digitize your collection of books. We have many different models to fit your volume and budget. Please contact us at 843-552-7211 for more information.