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Buying a dedicated 35mm film scanner in 2017


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The Dry Box

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I am intending to use film again after 2 years purely digital workflow..
Used to have a plustek 8200ai, and really like how compact it is plus I can keep it in the dry cab, but I sold it for digital.

So first thing I need is a dedicated film scanner, and am looking at buying from my favorite online store.
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/buy/Film-Scanners/ci/1151/N/4077634573
Do anyone have experience with those wolverine scanners? Will like to hear your opinion.

But much as possible I will like to support local retailers when buying new. Though I am really not looking for the epsons so that rules a few model out. I used to own them and they are huge.
Have anyone sighted a dedicated 35mm scanner recently?

Cheers!
 

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I just ordered a brand new plustek 8200 ai from bhphoto since i recalled my last purchase from parsilk wasn't the best of experience(marked up price, price just increase bs).

Got a spankingly pristine "full functional" Rollei 35 S from evil bay too. Can't wait! :)
 

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