Solutions for Museums
DT Cultural Heritage has always been a trusted name in the museum community because it was founded by museum professionals, for museum professionals. Driven by owner Peter Siegel’s experience as Director of the Digital Imaging Division at the American Museum of Natural History, the company has always had one singular goal – to be the authoritative destination for cutting-edge digitization solutions worldwide.
Image Courtesy of the Minneapolis Museum of Art
Our deep understanding of the museum community’s needs and our uncompromising approaches to meeting them have earned us the trust and business of many of the nation’s elite museums and collections, including the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Smithsonian Institution, the Museum of Modern Art, and numerous smaller institutions around the US. No project is too big or too small for DT Cultural Heritage.
With our knowledgeable sales representatives, custom-machined reprographic systems, workflow optimization programs, and dedicated training and support team, we offer more than cameras and copy stands – we build long term relationships to provide end-to-end solutions for your unique needs, today and years down the line.
See below to browse selected systems, view case studies, or request a complimentary consultation with our team.
Phase One XF Camera System
Using full-frame Medium Format sensors 2.5 times larger than the ones found in high-end DSLRs, XF delivers a powerful combination of the highest possible resolution together with large, high dynamic range pixels with exceptional wide angular response.
The DT VERSA is a multi-role copy stand that allows the digitization of many different types of material sizes. From books (using the glass top plate), film (partnered with DT FSK), loose manuscripts and flat art. The DT VERSA is a fast and versatile digitizing machine that is a great compliment to any institutions preservation needs.
Legacy copy stands were designed to meet the relatively loose precision required for film capture. The DT ELEMENT Reprographic System was built from the ground up for the era of digital capture.