20 June 2014

FamilySearch handouts: A Solutions Story from Kodak Alaris

This is the second in a short series of posts that will highlight some of FamilySearch's pamphlets, flyers, and handouts.

Disclaimer: I do not have any legal affiliation with FamilySearch, and believe it is okay to publish these because the flyers are available to the public at no cost. I am simply bringing them to the attention of my blog readership, for their interesting content.

"A Solutions Story from Kodak Alaris" is a flyer about a new high-speed photograph scanner available for use at most large FamilySearch Centers and the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. I used this scanner myself, and I am very impressed with the ability it has to delicately scan stacks of photos at high speeds... very impressed.

A scanning project that could take all day can not be done in a few minutes. A project that would take days, weeks, or months, may be finished in one day now. Bring your pictures to one of the FamilySearch centers that has one of these and save your priceless photos before a natural disaster destroys the only copy in existence.

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