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Scanning Equipment

We provide a variety of scanning equipment for preserving memories, including photos, slides, negatives, documents, and more. Our scanners are available for self-service. While we do not provide scanning services for patrons, we provide assistance with using the scanning equipment.


Scanners

                       

Photo Feed: #73, 74                                          Document Feed: #44

Epson FF-680W                                                   Canon Sheet Feed

Scans Slides Quickly                                            Rapidly scan documents 

                                                                                  through a feeder.

 

                                 

Flatbed: #46, 48                                                 Bookeye Overhead:#42

(Plustek Opticbook A300 scanner)                    (KIC Bookeye 4)

Scan books, documents or pictures                   Scan books quickly with 

one page at a time.                                                   less wear on spine.  

 

                                     

Epson Flatbed: #38, 40                             Slide Carousel Scanner

Epson 10,000XL Scanner                             Scan slides quickly

Epson Perfection v750 Pro Scanner            in good quality.

Scans slides, negatives, documents,

and photographs. Scans slowly

but in high quality.

   

                                       

Shotbox                                                            Microfilm ScanPro 3000 

Use a phone camera to take images               Scan microfilm

in this photo-light studio.                                 Has auto-scan feature

                   

Mini DV #66                                                   Hi 8 #65

SONY HVR-M25U 1080i HDV                    SONY EV-C100

Digitizes Mini DV cassettes.                         Digitizes Hi 8 Analog video.

Saved to a USB.                                               Saved to a USB.

Conversion Equipment

               

8mm/Super 8 Converter:#63               VHS Digital Converter: #61

Wolverine Data Film2Digital                                  DMR-EZ48V

MovieMakerPro 8mm                            with Elgato Video Capture Software

Super 8 Converter

Digitize your 8mm reels in 1080p            Digitize your VHS tapes to a USB

       

Digital8 Camcorder                               BetaMax player

Digital8 Converter                                         BetaMax Converter

Digitize your Digital8 cassettes                  Digitize your BetaMax tapes

 


What scanner should I use?

Complete a quick questionnaire  to help determine which scanner to use.

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Scanner Basics Videos

Scanning Basics: Before You Start Video

Scanning Documents, Photos, And Slides: The Basics For Genealogists Video


Please contact us if you have any additional questions.

 

Important Links

BYU Library Catalog

BYU Library Catalog

Films

FamilySearch Microfilms & Fiche at BYU

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FamilySearch

FamilySearch*

Ancestry.com

Ancestry.com
(BYU campus)

MyHeritage Libarary Edition

MyHeritage
Library Edition
(BYU campus)

Find My Past

Find My Past
(BYU Library)

   
Saints by Sea

Saints by Sea

The Family History Guide

The Family History Guide

County Histories

County Histories
(BYU access)

Fold3.com

Fold3
(BYU access)

WorldVitalRecords.com

Sanborn Maps
(BYU access)

HistoryGeo

HistoryGeo
(BYU access)

Gateway to North America

Gateway to North America
(BYU access)

"BYU access" means that the item is accessible on BYU campus or remotely for logged-in BYU students and faculty. If labeled “BYU campus” then it is available anywhere on BYU campus, but not remotely. "BYU Library" indicates that you may only access the resource while physically at the BYU Library. (If you have a personal account with any of these sites, you can access them anywhere. If so, it is best to access them directly rather than using these links.)

*FamilySearch is accessiable anywhere on the Internet, but many of the images (ca. 25-30%) require viewing at a FamilySearch family history center. BYU Library is also designated as a family history center allowing access to these images.