Microfilm Processing

Complete Scanning and Conversion Microfilm Processing Services

Microfilm processors continue to play a pivotal role in many business’ document management and archiving strategy as paper documents deteriorate over time.  As one of the few full-service document-imaging companies in the industry, Endicott Microfilm can meet just about any microfilm processing related needs – from scanning and digitizing microfilm to microfilm equipment, microfilm supplies and more.

As your microfilm partner, industry experts at our state-of-the-art facility will handle your microfilm processing. With us by your side, you can rest easy knowing that all your business records are being managed by a team of experts who have extensive experience and access to the latest technology in microfilm processing.


Comprehensive Microfilm Services You Can Trust


The microfilm we create from the digital images produced in our ImageGuard Processing Lab are of superior sharpness, clarity, quality and perfectly aligned to allow easy viewing. We handle it all with our range of microfilm processing services, including but not limited to:

  • 16mm and 35mm roll microfilms
  • Diazo duplicates
  • Silver film duplicates
  • Digital archive writer

All EPM microfilm purchased from Endicott Microfilm and processed through our ImageGuard Processing Lab is covered under EPM’s Disaster Recovery Program. This program covers the rewashing of film damaged in fires, floods and other disasters.

Risk-Proofing & Compliance

In order to meet your industry’s security and compliance requirements, it can be essential to manage your business’ archives. Whether they are detailed patient records, copies of processed checks or original contract agreements, converting your paper documents into well-organized, tidy microfilm ensures they are assessable and secure while simultaneously managing your document lifecycle and minimizing required storage space.

At Endicott Microfilm we offer microfilm processing of both 16mm and 35mm microfilms. We monitor processing equipment for density variations, film scratches, residual thiosulfate levels, and other indications of any processing irregularities.

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