Microfilm Scanning FAQ

What kind of microfilm do I have? Can you scan it for me?

Can you take this roll of microfilm and print out everything on it for me?

When I send you my microfilm, what will I get back?

Can you deliver my files on CD? FTP?

My microfilm contains 2-up frames (left and right facing pages microfilmed together as a single frame) -- can you split them into separate left and right pages?

What is reduction ratio?

What reduction ratios are commonly used for different types of microfilm?

Do I need to know the reduction ratio of my microfilm before I send it to Creekside Digital?

Can you create microfilm from my paper documents / books / newspapers?

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Exciting news! All of the 18,677 (give or take a few) posters from our mass digitization project with National Museum of American History are now available online!

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