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NFSA selects DFT’s Scanity for national archive project

  13.05.31 2:05pm

Darmstadt, Germany - Digital Film Technology GmbH, a leading provider of high-end film and digital post production solutions that preserve, manage, and deliver pictures, has announced a major sale to the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA).  The NFSA has acquired DFT's new motion picture film scanner Scanity, for the digitisation of its extensive holdings of 16mm film in the national audiovisual collection. This new equipment will add to the NFSA's existing capability for scanning small-gauge film, and complement its commitment to traditional photomechanical film preservation.

Read the press release here: http://www.onscreenasia.com/article/nfsa-selects-dft-s-scanity-for-national-archive-project/12392