Hi, I'm just looking to get a dedicated 35mm film scanner and want some help. I will research any scanners people recommend, the only reason I've started a new post is because all my searches are bring back results from the past 5 years. Surely the hardware has came on since there? so the posts I'm finding are irrelevant? I only shoot B&W (usually HP5). I've had a canon 9000f the past 5 years, but I've decided to sell my MF gear on, so I'm looking for something that will speed up my workflow. I'm looking to spend around £120, so not too much, I know I won't be able to get the best of the best, but something that will allow me to get a good amount of detail and good tonality from the negatives will be good enough for me. I shoot photography for fun, not professionally. What's most important to me is the amount of detail the scanner can resolve from the negative, followed by scan speed (I don't shoot film on a regular basis, so I'm not sat at my PC each weekend scanning negatives). Also, I'm not sure if it's at all possible with B&W film, but some sort of automatic dust removal would be nice? I'd also like the ability to tweak around with scan settings before scanning, exposure, curves, etc. Thank for the help, Gareth.