Originally Posted by brbo
6000x4000px doesn't make it the highest resolution 35mm scanner. That's 4000dpi, which it easily does (when the focus is properly calibrated).
I do not have the necessary instrumentation to measure actual resolution in a scan file. Do you know anyone who does and what they actually got? I strongly suspect those numbers are the manufacturers computations based on theoretical positioning of the scan head but ignoring all optical, electronic noise, and focus factors. That is a world of difference.
I do know that old Noritsu and Frontier scans don't come close to the resolution I get from my Minolta MultiPro with the negative sandwiched between two pieces of optical glass in the carrier.