'It's now easier than ever for researchers to do genealogical research in the Volunteer State. The Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA) recently welcomed the addition of the ScanPro2000, the latest development in professional microfilm technology.
Previously, visitors and researchers at TSLA needed to manually scroll through microfilm on large machines and insert a quarter to print each page. The ScanPro2000 attaches to a computer to read microfilm and saves pages as documents for storage on a USB drive and will soon send images via e-mail. This small machine takes up less room than most printers and allows users to zoom, straighten, regulate brightness and contrast and adjust focus with the click of the mouse.' ~ Tennessee Secretary of State web site