Digital Convenience, Analog Integrity

If you have rooms, basements or offsite storage full of old paper records that you have to retain over many years, converting them into microfilm with Kodak Archive Writers offers many compelling benefits. This effort will cut down on space by up to 98%, will reduce the possibility these records are destroyed by flooding (often the case in basements), and they’ll last up to 500 years. This is especially important for school districts, courts, county/local government agencies, and police departments who realize image accessibility is better than flood insurance.

IMAGELINK 2400 DV Plus Digital Scanner


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IMAGELINK 3000 DV Plus Digital Scanner

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IMAGELINK Archive Processor


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IMAGELINK Archive Writer i9600


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More Benefits of Using Kodak Archive Writers

  • Your records will never be tampered with or damaged due to the volatility, aging, or incompatibility of storage media
  • Records are easily searchable because of indexing by things like class, date or destruction schedule
  • Film index information can be combined with digital workflow indices for the reference archive
  • Film records can be re-digitized to create an electronic version for distribution
  • Film records are of high enough quality to be printed
  • Utilizes film technology developed for over 80 years

How Archive Writing Works

  • Information is digitized from analog sources (documents, photos, and the like) by any Kodak scanner
  • Content can also be sent directly as digital files from desktop applications
  • Kodak Archive Writers then write the data to microfilm as highly compressed and indexed records
  • Kodak Archive Writers can search the microfilm for the requested content and create a digital image

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