Similar to libraries, archives are a treasure trove in the truest sense, their treasures, however, would not be usable without the qualified and valuable work of the archivists. We have been supporting the work of archivists all over the world for decades by means of our analog microfilm systems and digital scanning systems.

Through the use of our technology, our mission is to provide the most convenient way of making "digital editions" of valuable books, maps, manuscripts and other archived material available to researchers, students and all other interested parties. We call this "The Future of the Past".

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News for the archive

May 2019 - Small but mighty- the OM Mini, Zeutschel’s new roll film scanner
Small footprint and maximum performance. The Zeutschel OM Mini brings together excellent image quality and efficient production in a sturdy and ultra-compact design.
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March 2018 - One for all - digitize a wide variety of originals with ScanStudio A1
Zeutschel is introducing a new solution for universal use in digitization projects. ScanStudio A1 is an overhead scanning system and photo studio in one and it can process a variety of originals.
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September 2017 - Digitization of cultural heritage: a world first from Zeutschel
The Zeutschel ScanStudio is a unique, innovative solution for digitization of art and cultural heritage in libraries, archives and museums.
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October 2016 - Zeutschel cameras microfilm the German Constitution (Basic Law)
The first original edition of the German Constitution and all accompanying documents were stored on microfilm in the National Archives of Berlin using camera technology that was ‘made in Germany’.
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