High-volume: Mekel MACH10 Microfilm Scanner
High-Performance Microfilm Scanning with Media Flexibility and Superior Image Quality
The Mekel MACH10 microfilm scanner from Mekel Technology offers the fastest speed of the acclaimed MACH-Series microfilm scanners, capturing 700 images or more per minute, and offers the highest efficiency for the combination of speed and image quality.
Since creating the first microfilm scanner over four decades ago, Mekel has remained the world leader in microform digitization hardware and software with the MACH-Series roll film microfilm scanner line. The MACH-Series scanners are trusted by archives, libraries, government institutions and other entities worldwide for all types of 16mm and 35mm microfilm digitization.
All MACH-series microfilm scanners include the revolutionary Quantum software suite.
Crowley’s exclusive hybrid approach to microfilm scanning allows clients to outsource the digitization to Crowley’s Digitization Services branch and process the images in-house using QuantumProcess software. Learn more.
- NEW! Optical character recognition with QuantumProcess
- NEW! Windows 10 support
- FADGI-rated capture
- Up to 600 dpi true optical resolution
- Scan speeds under three minutes per 100’ roll
- Compatible with IMAGEhost microfilm hosting platform
- Full-roll strip scanning technology
- Safely scans microfilm in various states of composition, including film inflicted with vinegar syndrome
- Vertically-aligned film transport for enhanced stability
- Direct path imaging camera, film and light source enable up to 750 true optical dpi resolution
- Standard 1,000’ adapter, high-speed rewind and film cleaning rollers
- Real-time image sharpening and enhancement
- Easy software and equipment upgrades
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- Press Release: Mekel 2.0 with Windows 10 support, higher efficiencies released
- White Paper: Dealing with our Aging and Deteriorating Microfilm Collections
- White Paper: Mekel microfilm scanners increase productivity and offer significant savings
- White Paper: Estimating Microfilm Images
- Case Study: U.S. National Archives
- Case Study: Bound Book and Microfilm Scanning for Presidential Libraries
- Case Study: The Carroll County Public Library
- Case Study: Smithsonian Archives of American Art
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- News Article: IDMI Magazine, Mekel Technology Microfilm Scanners Article
- Blog Feature: Ancestry.com uses Mekel MACH-series film scanners to digitize genealogical records
- Blog Post: Scanner Comparisons Lead to Measurable ROI
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- Blog Post: Quantum Happiness
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- Blog Post: Digital Touchdown! Digitizing the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Microform Archive
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- Blog Post: Alexander Hamilton: The Man, The Musical, The Microfilm
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- Blog Post: Old Media in a New Age: Newspapers Go Digital in Latest Case Study