Price Drop on Small Microfilm Orders

Effective October 31, 2011, Creekside Digital has revised its Small Order Microfilm Scanning pricing, which offers flat per-roll pricing for orders up to 20 rolls.
Current Flat-Rate Pricing for Small Orders

# of Rolls Price / Roll
1 $149
2 – 5 $119
6 – 10 $99
11 – 20 $89
*For OCR, add $29 / roll. All small orders are scanned at 300dpi / 256-color grayscale and output in your choice of PDF or JPEG files on DVD. Pricing is for simplex, 100′ rolls only. Prices do not include return shipping & handling via USPS Priority Mail.

Creekside Digital accepts all major credit cards

This price reduction is the result of new improvements to our scanning technology and workflow which allow us to process microfilm more efficiently; hence, we’re able to pass some of these savings onto our customers while keeping quality at the highest levels possible. Creekside Digital QA’s and guarantees 100% of the images we ship, with no exceptions — including our Small Microfilm Orders at this new reduced pricing.

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