Hi there, my uncle asked me for advice on buying film scanners but I really have no knowledge in this area so I'm asking you guys for help. He's interested in digitizing 35mm (no medium formats). He would like to feed in a negative strip (has 5 or so frames on it), and automagically pop out corresponding jpg files, reasonably exposure-adjusted and color converted from the negative and automatically diced into the individual frames. It would be okay if it required a manual alignment step to register the first frame. For the photos of extra interest he can further process the jpgs, but he would like to avoid doing it too much so he would like a scanner with reasonably good conversion process that doesn't horribly messed up the exposure, color, etc. 48-bit tiffs would also be a good feature. So I only thing I told him is that ICE is a good feature to have. I had a scanner in the past and I regret not getting one with ICE and had to spend countless hours editing away the dust and hairs. Any suggestions? He didn't give me a budget to go by.