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Microform Equipment

The Mendel Music Library is home to one ScanPro 2000 microform reader/scanner connected to a PC workstation located on the 2nd floor in the Microfilm Room across from the oversize score collection.

The ScanPro 2000 is available for reading and scanning microfilm, microfiche, microcards and micro-opaques. It can scan filmed images to PDF files, TIFF files, and JPEG files. It can also enhance filmed images that are too dark or too light, so that the image can be read more easily. Scanned files can be saved to USB drive, written to CD's, saved to the Princeton central file server ("H" drive) for users with a valid Princeton NetID, or printed. For instructions to access your H: drive please see the following page from Princeton's Office of Technology: Users with a valid Princeton NetID may print scans to the Pharos station in the Reading Room.

Printing and scanning of all materials is self-service, but our staff is happy to assist first-time users with set-up or answer any specific questions as they arise.

microfilm scanner close up
For log-on information and detailed usage instructions for our microfilm equipment, please see our FAQ & Usage Instructions page here.

Print handouts are also available next to the microfilm viewing station on the 2nd floor.