St. George Utah FamilySearch Library/Scanners and Copiers
|St George Utah FamilySearch Center|
|237 East 600 South|
St. George, Utah 84770
|Monday 9:00 am to 5:00* pm|
*Discovery Center till 9:00 pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
The St George FamilySearch Center has several types of scanning devices that can convert pictures and documents into digital format.
Please call 435-628-4591 to reserve the scanners.
The reserve time is one and half hour.
'SlideSnap X1' This scanner will automatically capture up to 20 film slides per minute.
Scanners for Photographs and Books
'Kodak Picture Saver Scanning System - PS80'
Whole boxes of old and new photos can become JPEG and TIFF files in minutes. Digital images of color and black-and-white photos and documents can be shared via computers, tablets, and cell phones. This scanner accommodates photos and documents up to 8-1/2’’x 14’’. The PS80 scans up to 85 photos per minute.
'Kodak Picture Saver Scanning System - Flatbed Accessory'
If photos have been in an album for a long time, they may be glued in or covered with plastic protectors. In either case, damage can occur when trying to remove them. A flatbed scanner provides an option to scan these fragile files at no risk of harm and will keep album pages intact. Photos, documents and books with binding up to 8-1/2’’x 14’’ can be scanned.
Convert Paper Documents into PDF Files
Lexmark MX810de Scanner, Printer and Copier
This Copier/Scanner/Printer will scan several documents directly to flash drive or print from a flash drive. It has the unique feature of being able to digitize individual documents directly into Family Tree. It will print on standard (8-1/2 "x 11") or legal size (81/2" x 14") paper. It will also perform specialized copy projects.
CX825 Series Printer
The Lexmark CX825 Series combines print speed of up to 55 pages per minute, ease of use and professional color with configurable software solutions.
Maintained by: Theron and Shanna Schaefermeyer
Last modified: 04/10/2018