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Vidar develops film duplication software

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Vidar Systems, a major vendor of film digitizers, has released software designed to digitally duplicate medical film. The product, called CopyExpress, enables users to cost-effectively duplicate hard-copy films using a personal computer, Vidar’s

Vidar Systems, a major vendor of film digitizers, has released software designed to digitally duplicate medical film. The product, called CopyExpress, enables users to cost-effectively duplicate hard-copy films using a personal computer, Vidar’s DiagnosticPro plus or Sierra plus film digitizers, and a validated printer. CopyExpress will debut at Vidar’s RSNA exhibit booth and at the booths of Agfa HealthCare and Fujifilm Medical Systems, which will distribute the product.

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