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36950

File - Posting

Topics appropriate for discussion include staff training, collection development, film/fiche management, equipment maintenance, FamilySearch, patron services,
FHCNET@yahoogroups.com
Apr 30
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36949

File - Posting

Topics appropriate for discussion include staff training, collection development, film/fiche management, equipment maintenance, FamilySearch, patron services,
FHCNET@yahoogroups.com
Mar 31
#36949
 
36948

Re: film readers and film ordering becoming obsolete?

You will need to have a SCSI card installed in the machine that comes with a Windows10 driver. Talk to your Facilities Management person, or Computer
daniel2501au
Mar 4
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36947

Re: film readers and film ordering becoming obsolete?

At some point the Centra; Point Oregon FHC had a "monopod" to hold a camera, or a cell phone to take pictures of frames of microfilms. Not totally satisfacory.
Damaris Fish
Mar 3
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36946

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From: "Greg Ford gpford5@... [FHCNET]" To: FHCNET@yahoogroups.com Sent: Friday, March 3, 2017 7:31 PM Subject: [FHCNET] Re: film
Phoebe Stages
Mar 3
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36945

Re: film readers and film ordering becoming obsolete?

It would be best to have it indexed, but I would be happy with images. Sent from my iPhone
Greg Ford
Mar 3
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36944

Re: film readers and film ordering becoming obsolete?

We have a unit still used for local history films. We would like to upgrade the connected computer to something running Windows 10. However, it seems as though
rcsclcybrarian
Mar 3
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36943

Re: film readers and film ordering becoming obsolete?

I still find a lot of information on microfilm that I've been unable to find online. At the Riverton FamilySearch library (and at others, such as SLC) they've
kathryngz
Mar 3
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36942

Re: film readers and film ordering becoming obsolete?

In Ron Tanner's presentation I believe he said 30% are available online. This is much more than 7% but it still leaves 70% that are only accessible on film, if
Bill Buchanan
Mar 2
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36941

Re: film readers and film ordering becoming obsolete?

If you need upper or lower belts we've replaced them with o-rings from a local bearing mechanical shop. On 3/1/17, Patti H pjhouseholder@... [FHCNET] ...
April Robertson
Mar 1
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36940

Re: film readers and film ordering becoming obsolete?

I was at RootsTech and I heard 30% of what church has images that are searchable, but as Steve pointed out - there is a way to search through the images that
Patti H
Mar 1
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36939

Re: film readers and film ordering becoming obsolete?

A word about microfilm longevity. I don’t know the source of the “7%” quoted below, but that is not correct. However, the more critical issue is that raw
Steve Fox
Mar 1
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36938

Re: film readers and film ordering becoming obsolete?

In one of the presentations at Rootstech 2017, it was said that only 7% of the records that the church has is online. I cannot see these films going away
Puyallup Washington FHC
Mar 1
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36937

File - Posting

Topics appropriate for discussion include staff training, collection development, film/fiche management, equipment maintenance, FamilySearch, patron services,
FHCNET@yahoogroups.com
Feb 28
#36937
 
36936

File - Posting

Topics appropriate for discussion include staff training, collection development, film/fiche management, equipment maintenance, FamilySearch, patron services,
FHCNET@yahoogroups.com
Jan 31
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