From social sciences to geography to technology, the world is changing at a lightning pace. The study and practice of cultural heritage preservation has become critically important to the capture and keeping of history – in all of its forms – for future generations. When the context of the medium is as important as the content, the MACHCAM 71MP machine vision camera provides stunning clarity.
With a wide field of view and the ability to meet FADGI guidelines*, the MACHCAM 71MP high-resolution camera can be used in capture systems and independently to digitize the cultural heritage collections of libraries, museums, corporations and educational and government institutions in monochrome or color. These include:
- Archaeological artifacts (multi-dimension)
- Archive materials
- Bound materials (standard and large-format)
- Loose documents (standard and large-format)
- Black and white photographs
- Film negatives and slides
- Reflective prints
- Line art
- Glass plates
- Museum collections
- Fine Arts
- Personal papers
- Special collections
- Corporate and Institutional Records
It’s capabilities have some calling it the best megapixel camera on the market.
*The MACHCAM 71 camera has been designed to capture to FADGI requirements. Because environmental conditions and capture systems vary greatly from unit to unit, additional image accuracy consultation and training may be required.