[W]e recommend having a professional lab like ScanMyPhotos (http://www.scanmyphotos.com) scan your film to DVD. They have the gear to do it quickly and well (and cheaply, too). Then, if you want to enjoy your retirement, you can but an M1 (to pick a film scanner at random) and work on a handful or so of your favorite images.
CES Update. ShowStoppers CES -- Wynn Hotel, LaFite Ballroom
Sunday, January 4, 2009
Thanks to Mike Pasini, editor of The Imaging Resource Digital Photography Newsletter for the recent idea exchange on how best to scan slides, negatives and photos.