An article about FamilySearch's preservation efforts and priorities
Contact details for Archives who wish to contact FamilySearch https://www.familysearch.org/records/archives/web/contact/. If the organisation which has the public records is interested in having FamilySearch digitise its microfilms, it could contact FamilySearch.
I don't know whether the following is relevant, but the Internet Archive has digitised many Journals which were on microfilm, apparently to a high standard, as the following article indicates https://blog.archive.org/2020/12/30/computerworld-archives-back-from-vintage-microfilm/ , which mentions a working with a company Next Scan
If you post the film numbers you are interested in myself or someone else may be able to help you more.
I am not connected with FamilySearch.
It appears the holder of the public records has microfilms, but these are not yet available digitally.
If this organisation is interested in contacting FamilySearch, use Contact Us applicable for Records Custodians and Archives.
"FamilySearch’s Strategy to Help Preserve the World's Archives" 20 April 2018. familysearch.org. This sets out FamilySearch priorities
The Internet Archive (Archive.org) has also digitised a lot of microfilms, working with a company called Next-Scan https://blog.archive.org/2020/12/30/computerworld-archives-back-from-vintage-microfilm/
Thank you Maureen, I will pass this on. Much appreciated and we'll see how it goes.