High-volume, Reference Archive Scanner:
Crowley MACH7380 HDX
Microfilm Reference Archive Scanner
The successor to Kodak’s popular i7300, the Crowley brand MACH7380 HDX microfilm reference archive scanner reverses the inefficient aspects of traditional microfilm retrieval by offering quick view times, multiple output/delivery options and even more work-saving functionality. MACH7380 HDX ownership offers low maintenance and less consumable parts when compared to aging blip film scanners.
With the MACH7380 HDX scanner, images from reference microfilm (also known as image marker or blip microfilm) are retrieved quickly and displayed digitally for identification. Output options include printing, emailing or saving to USB or network. The MACH7380 HDX reference archive scanner produces exceptionally high-quality images that are deskewed, cropped, merged (duplexed) and displayed in seconds.
- 18MP active pixel sensor array
- Compact, space-saving design
- Easy-to-use interface
- Fast and accurate digital image retrieval from 16mm blip film
- Real-time image control: operators can adjust image contrast and brightness during scanning, saving time and avoiding costly re-scans
- Optional Batch Scan mode: scan, save and/or print documents within a specified image address range
- Digital scrolling mode: enables operators to perform manual searches from a PC
- Electronic zoom controls: focus in on any part of a document—even as it’s moving—to make finding key information more efficient than ever
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- White Paper: Estimating Microfilm Images
- White Paper: Dealing with our Aging and Deteriorating Microfilm Collections
- News Article: IDMI Magazine, MACH7380 Hardware Spotlight
- Blog Post: Reference Archives Have a New Search-and-Scan Solution