The Document Archive Writer does a beautiful job of logically ordering and indexing our documents. We can now group images in an intelligent manner. This whole system has made it so much easier for us to record, verify and safeguard all our documents.

- Deputy Clerk, Shelby County Probate Office

Archive Writers

The Long-Term Preservation Solution for Digital Files

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Zeutschel OP 600 Archive Writer

Zeutschel OP-Series
Archive Writer
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  • 16/35 mm microfilm, landscape and portrait
  • Maximum 236 megapixel optical resolution (OP 700)
  • Accepts all standard file formats, including: TIFF, JPEG, JP2, PDF and many more
  • High-resolution microfilm b&w, grayscale (halftone) or color
  • Color enhancement via integrated ICC conform color management
  • Film capacity up to 600 m
  • Wide range of image processing tools for perfect file conversion in batch mode
  • Automatic metadata fade-in

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Archive Writing Equipment

IMAGELINK 9600-Series
Archive Writer

  • ISO/ANSI certified 16 mm microfilm
  • Accepts standard business file formats, including: Microsoft Word, PPT/PDF, PDF/A, JPEG and TIFF
  • Produces archival-quality bitonal images
  • Media loading facilitated by IMAGELINK Smart Cassette Model 100 and Model 215
  • Two cassettes can be used at once to produce two sets of output with no reduction in throughput speed
  • Generates text file indices for populating a Reference Archive database

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Microfilm is currently the longest-lasting archive medium available, retaining its quality – when well-preserved – for an estimated 500 years. Archive writers allow users to easily and quickly protect valuable artwork and documents for centuries by converting digital file formats to microfilm for long-term analog preservation.

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