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View Poll Results: How do you scan your 35mm B&W film?
I use a flatbed scanner - i.e. Epson V750 photo scanner 304 35.43%
I use a dedicated 35mm scanner - i.e. a Nikon Coolscan V 355 41.38%
I use a dedicated multi-format film scanner - i.e. a Nikon Coolscan 9000 84 9.79%
I use a professional scanner - i.e. drum scanner 27 3.15%
I send mine away to be scanned 58 6.76%
I don't care - I wet print! 30 3.50%
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How do you scan your 35mm B&W film?
Old 01-12-2014   #1
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How do you scan your 35mm B&W film?

The title speaks for itself: how do you scan the 35mm B&W film that you use? Please comment also whether or not you are really happy with the results, and which model you use.
I'm interested, as I'm not so happy with the last few films I've scanned, although the negatives looked ok.
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