Start With Automatic Threading. Finish With Archival Quality.
With the Archive Processor, you don't need a film specialist to get predictable, high-quality results. It incorporates the latest in digital monitors and controls, rapid-recovery, energy-saving stand-by cycles, and an environment-friendly anti-siphon water supply. The Archive Processor provides precisely controlled film processing with minimal operator training or experience. Simply attach film to the self-threader and insert it into the drive rollers. In less than a minute, dry, processed film begins exiting the machine. Upon completion of a roll, the Archive Processor automatically cycles into a money-saving energy-conservation mode.
Table Top Processing That Fits Where You Want it.
Its room-light loading and tabletop size permit you to use the Archive Processor virtually anywhere. Plus, there's no mixing, no mess, and no fuss, because Kodak Prostar Plus Chemicals come premixed in disposable plastic containers and are ready to use. You gain the added security and control of in-house processing without the expense of a darkroom. For added convenience, parts that require periodic replacement, such as air filters, can be replaced in seconds by an operator.
The Kodak Prostar Archive Processor is ruggedly built for long life and reliability and is backed by warranties and service from Kodak.
Just as important is the integrity of your microfilm. When properly operated, the Kodak Prostar Archive Processor meets all applicable international standards for archival quality. Because film is available in less than a minute and you need not leave your office, the security of your private records and confidential information is safeguarded.
Plus, when you use Kodak Microfilm, you're protected by the Kodak Disaster Recovery Program at no additional charge.
- Room light operation
- One-minute film turnaround time
- Ease of use (with self-threading film)
- Small footprint (tabletop size)
- No mess (with premixed Kodak chemicals)
- Security and confidentiality for your documents, with in-house processing