LARGE MICROFILM ORDERS | More than 20 rolls of microfilm

For larger orders or more complex projects, please fill out the Request for Quote form below (only for projects with more than 20 rolls — otherwise see our Small Order Pricing). The more information you’re able to provide, the more accurate Creekside Digital’s price quote will be.  Send a single roll of 16mm or 35mm microfilm to us (sorry, rollfilm only at this time — please do not send aperture cards or microfiche).  We’ll digitize your rollfilm using the parameters from your Request for Quote, and send it back to you along with a price quote for your project and a CD of sample images from your rollfilm.

Tip: you may want to refer to our Glossary of Terms before filling out the Request For Quote.

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Now, tell us about your microfilm:
Number of rolls to digitize: x 16mm
x 35mm
My microfilm is:
Reduction Ratio: x
Original Document Size on microfilm:
The documents on my microfilm are (in general):
How should we output your images?
Color Depth:
Processing (Ctrl-click to select multiple options):
File Format (Ctrl-click to select multiple formats):
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Other instructions not covered above:
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