We will be showing our whole line of products :
STiL Casing Solution is the result of many years of research and development. With the help of archivists we are today trusted by majors archives worldwide. We designed a state-of-the-art preservation Vented System for FILMS, Audio and for others media in analog and digital preservation.
We are looking forward to shaking hands and sharing ideas about your projects in Pittsburgh !
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LTO-Tera Turtle Waterproof
Individual slots, superior cushioning and no exposed debris generating agents. Holds LTO / 3592/T10K/3590/3490/9840 tapes with or without their plastic jewel boxes. Stainless steel hardware. Double movement latch prevents accidental opening for added protection. Double pad lockable. Lifetime warranty.
Part Number: STIL-LTO509003 / BLACK PRICE FOB origin : 108.00 USD
10 Capacity LTO/359X/T10K/9840 compatible w/wo Jewel Case, Waterproof, Plastic Slots, No exposed foam
Ø Outside Dimensions 12,5″ X 10.1″ X 6″ weight : 3.3 lb
Part Number : STIL-LTO519005 / BLACK PRICE FOB origin : 148.00 USD
20 Capacity 3592 / T10K. Waterproof, Plastic Slots, No exposed foam
Ø Outside Dimensions 15.8″ x 12.4″ x 6.8″ weight : 4.4 lb
JOINT US AT THE NEXT AMIA Conference in Potland where we will be at the Vendor Café . I will be happy to meet with you at our booth No 105 for two days - Thursday, November 19th and Friday, November 20th. Like last year, the Vendor Café will open each morning with a Conference Plenary and breakfast.
We owe you and your colleagues in the field the inspiration that drove our team.
Here is a short description of our Preservation System
USE BY MAJORS FILM ARCHIVE WORLDWILE and RELIANTE BY ARCHIVITS.
STiL CASING SOLUTION president, Mr. Frederic Lapointe will be at the 19th Conference and General Assembly in Singapore from 22nd to 28th of April 2015. The Conference is hosted by the Asian Film Archive. Our distributor MD Micrographics Data in Southeast asia will be proudly showing our products.
Audiovisual media dominates today’s global information society. We all are almost constantly surrounded by moving images and television stands out of this “media storm” as one of the most powerful and yet so familiar parts of everyday life.
Frédéric Lapointe will be please to meet with you at the conference in AMSTERDAM.
How to Choose what kind of box is best for Long Term Archiving of your precious photos?
Photo storage boxes are a popular storage option for photos and other items around the house, but how good are they for long term storage? If you have a lot of prints that you want to store for future use you may wonder what is the best way to do this. Should you put them in an album? Should you put them in photo storage boxes? Make sure that choose to save your photos in an acid free box. Any photo storage with acid will eat away at your photos instead of preserving them.
Your best best is the STiL Media & Photo Storage Box! Compared to cardboard, polypropylene will keep its physical structure for decades. Cardboard will disintegrate, and also generates acids and are not recommended for extended-term storage. Our design allows ventilation, gives a strong physical protection and increases stability.
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Moreover, Kodak has introduced a new motion picture film:KODAK Color Asset Protection Film 2332 is optimized for content owners who originate or finish their productions on digital formats and want to protect their valuable media for the future. The stock offers over a century of dye stability when stored in recommended environments.
The company plans to add a black-and-white separation film to its asset-protection portfolio later this year.
“File-based projects often end up stored on tapes or drives, which need to be continually re-mastered or migrated, and run the risk of format obsolescence,” says Kim Snyder, president of Kodak’s Entertainment Imaging Division. “Our goal was to create an affordable film option - designed for content owners working on television programs, independent features, and documentaries - to assure long-term access to, and preservation of, their valuable content.”
[Sources for this story: Kodak commits to keeping motion picture film business alive: Will keep supplying studios with film, by Matthew Daneman, reporting for the Rochester, NY, Democrat and Chronicle; and the Eastman Kodak Company.]