Okey, I've made some searches, read some threads, read the test of the Epson Perfection V750 M PRO and so on but still have some questions. Probably quite stupid but, hey, "I you never ask..." So here goes.
1. I have lot of photos on paper copies only so I need a flatbed scanner. But then I have a ton of photos where I have both paper copies and color negatives. Wich gives the best quality, scanning the paper copies or the negatives? If negatives, could I use the V750 for both with good results?
2. Then a more hypothetical question for the future: I already own a bunch of old analog cameras and wonder what would give the best result, using my old Canon A-1 and buy a, say, Nikon LS-5000ED or buiyng a Canon EOS 40D?
I mention a dedicated film scanner because I've been told that you get the best quality using "positive transparency film" (is that the english word for it btw?) and then a dedicated scanner. But then after I read the V750 review I start to question that.
And also, the scanners I mention is mostly based on what my local shop has recommended so feel free to name others.