I would like to get along with the process of converting old 35mm film negatives and slides to digital images. I also am shooting more 35mm film so I am looking for a more long term solution. I have no intention of moving up to anything larger than 35mm if that matters.
I am considering a flatbed scanner such as the Epson V550 or V600 or the Canon 9000FII. I am also considering a macro lens on a DSLR. I am looking for a solution in the under $ 200.00 category but will go a few $'s more, read $ 250.00 maximum, for a solid solution.
I recently stumbled across the Wolverine SNAP 20 digital convertor at B&H and I was wondering if anyone here is familiar with it and can provide any feedback regarding it's performance? I've read the reviews on B&H and like most online reviews they run the gamut from, "the best thing since sliced bread' to "I wouldn't wish this on my mother-in-law."
Has anyone here used one and if so what did you think? If you have used a comparable machine from another manufacturer and have been satisfied with it's performance I'd welcome those comments as well.