Imagelink Microfilms offer unparalleled performance, handling, and digital-ready images. We supply a wide varietly of microfilm including duplicating, source document and Wet COM. All Imagelink silver microfilms meet ISO LE 500 specifications for capturing and storing images of permanent value.
Imagelink Microfilm Storage cabinets are the convenient way to simplify roll microfilm storage and retrieval in your office. Just talk to the micrographics professionals who sell Eastman Park Micrographics products.
Eastman Park Micrographics is committed to environmental programs, including silver recovery and HDPE recycling.
Whether you're working with rotary and planetary equipment; fluorescent or xenon flash exposure; medium or high speed; we've got a silver halide Source Document Microfilm for you.
Imagelink Reference Archive media is the premier media for preservation of your valuable digital documents and images. In conjuction with Imagelink 9600 Series Writers Reference Archive media provides for high quality duplicates and clean crisp digital images on display or print.
Imagelink silver duplicating films include micro-fine grain silver halide image reversing and reverse-image copies.
Imagelink non silver duplicating films feature both blue and black Diazo sign-maintaining films along with positive print Thermal Print films in widths of 16, 35 and 105mm. Title stripe products are also available to help facility grouping of distribution copies.
Eastman Park Micrographics is proud to announce the opening of its EPM Microfilm Processing Lab located in its Dallas headquarters. As part of this new lab, EPM is offering customers the option to purchase microfilm with processing included for those who wish to record or expose their own images onto IMAGELINK products, but prefer to outsource their processing to a high quality lab.
Eastman Park Micrographics’s COM microfilms feature high speed recording from CRT devices while allowing for standard conventional process with specially designed photochemicals.
The convenient way to organize your microfilm storage