Reference Archive Microfilm Media
Features & Benefits
Spectrally Optimized for the IMAGELINK 9600 Archive Writer Series.
IMAGELINK Reference Archive Media has been specially formulated for use in the IMAGELINK 9600 Archive Writer Series to provide high-quality, human-readable, reference archives of digital images.
The high-resolution, archival-quality images are easily re-digitized for online access and retrieval to provide short-term validation and long-term storage of records. This media provides clear, high-contrast, and sharp images that can be distributed according to the requestor's needs as hard-copy output, faxes, or e-mail attachments, or posted to an image server using your current compression scheme. The requesting parties, whether users on your network or external customers or auditors, can then be directed to these images via links embedded in e-mails.
Reference Archive Media and the IMAGELINK 9600 Archive Writer Series provide the easiest way to help protect your critical business records from tampering or loss. Reference Archive Media renders a trustworthy copy of an electronic record to validate a transaction that will satisfy litigation and meet regulatory and audit requirements. These images can be used in reconstructing a record even if backup tapes, hardware, and software become obsolete.
You can avoid much of the expense and hazard of digital-only records storage by Reference Archiving critical business documents. Reference Archiving copies the records you wish to secure to an analog format on ISO-standard archival media. All of the information included in the original record is captured, in context. These non-volatile documents can be accessed electronically to authenticate current activities, such as an online transaction, or to support audit activities triggered by regulatory activities and legal actions. You can also be assured of long-term access and retrieval.
This media has a Life Expectancy of at least 500 years when processed and stored according to the recommended practices of ISO and ANSI.
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Features and Benefits
- Manufactured to ISO and ANSI standards for LE-500 films
- High resolution and excellent halation protection provide superior output of digital images
- Superior latent image keeping - minimal degradation of image density between time of exposure and delayed processing.
- Process insensitive - image quality and background density are not significantly affected by typical operational variations in processing.
- Roll-to-roll and emulsion batch-to-batch consistency - minimizes the need for adjustments or operator intervention between rolls or batches of media.
- Reference Archive Media is coated on polyester (PET) base, meeting ISO requirements for safety film (IS) 18906).
- Process-surviving anti-static backing - even after processing, static protection is maintained, reducing dirt and static problems in retrieval, scanning, and duplicating equipment.
- Industry compliance - manufactured to ISO and ANSI standards for LE-500 films.
Microfilm and More
This brochure has information on the full range of IMAGELINK Microfilm and more.
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Brochure (477K - English)
Micrographic Lab Processing Practices
This guide describes a method of predictability for captured images before they are developed. Following these procedures assures no lost time and money will be spent in re-filming or re-processing film.
Click the following link to download the PDF version of the Control Procedures for Source Document Microfilm Processing:
Guide (45K - English)
Practices for Developing the Reliable Image
This chart describes best practices to be used for successful and consistent film development.
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Chart Guide (476K - English)
Conventional Process Control Sheet
The importance of process control in film development cannot be overstated. The Conventional Process Control Sheet is to be used to record the results of daily control tests made on each film processor.
Click the following link to download the PDF version of the Conventional Process Control Sheet:
Process Control Sheet (19K - English)
Storage and Preservation of Microfilm
This guide discusses the best practices for the long term storage of microfilmed records.
Download the following PDF version of the Storage and Preservation of Microfilm:
Guide (237K - English)
Use of Brown Toner to Extend the Life of Microfilm
This guide describes a process that ensures that redox does not affect stored microfilm.
Click the following link to download the PDF version of the Use of Imagelink Brown Toner:
Guide (75K - English)
Our Disaster Recovery Program rescues and restores damaged film. And we will recreate your documents to duplicate a lost or stolen cash letter, overnight, if necessary. If disaster strikes, your phone call to 1-800-352-8378 is all it takes, any time night or day. When you call, the people at the lab will respond quickly to assess your situation and advise you on how to proceed. Personnel and equipment will be scheduled to deal with your microfilm when it arrives.
Depend on Eastman Park Micrographics and IMAGELINK Microfilm for the disaster recovery program you cannot afford to be without!