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    Nov 22,  · Microfiche is a single sheet of film (about 4″ x 6″) that contains the same, only shrunk down so small you need a magnified reader to make sense of it. These were standard technologies for duplicating records in the pre-digital era. The Family History Library in Salt Lake City alone has over million rolls of microfilm.
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    With the microfiche conversion to digital services, information in digital form can be retrieved and shared with a number of different parties very quickly – even in seconds. We Convert to Digital At SideKick, we are able to convert your microfiche, microfilm, and aperture cards to digital image documents that are easy to store in a reliable.
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    Microfiche definition: A microfiche is a small sheet of film on which writing or other information is stored, | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examplesMissing: Theme.
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    Sep 09,  · Those computer like machines in the library are like mini-projectors that make acetate based documents bigger on screen for printing and saving as documents. Have a .
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    Take a picture, it will last longer As books become old and begin to fall apart, librarians depend on microform to preserve their content for the future. Tiny photographs on long strips of film (microfilm) or small cards of film (microfiche) are all that remain of hundreds of thousands of.
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    Microfiche. All microfiche are a series of microimages on a flat sheet of mm film arranged in a grid pattern. The content is filmed onto mm film stock, and then the roll film is cut into sheets. The most common size of microfiche now being produced measures 4 x 6 inches (mm x mm). Some 3 x 5 inch (75mm x mm) microfiche are still.
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    The line to use the microfilm scanning machines at the Family History Library is longer than the line for the Women’s Restroom at the Superbowl. Microfilm is cool. Digital copies of microfilm is way cool. But, it’s RootsTech week and the Family History Library is packed with eager researchers. What to do? I was recently in Salt Lake.