Hey there! So I’ve just started developing my 35mm films at home + scanning with a DSLR.
I went directly to DSLR scanning since I already had a digital camera + macro rings for the lens… but I’m finding it more of a headache than a “good experience”. For what I’ve seen, using scanners is much more “simple”, just throw in the negative films, wait for it to get scanned and then converted it with NLP.
I know is not just hit the scan button and ready, but I don’t mind having to mess around with different options + waiting since its much more slower than DSRL scanns.
Anyway, I’ve been reading that’s not “recommended” to use flatbed scanners for 35mm films, since they don’t get good results. The scanner that fits right now in my budget is the Epson Perfection V550 Photo. Any past experiences with this scanner, does it get the job done when in comes to 35mm scans?
Thanks and keep safe!!