I've searched for this but I'm hoping to find more up-to-date options. I have my 120/220/35mm negatives and positives in plastic Print File sleeves and would like to use a flatbed scanner scan the entire page and create a proof sheet which I can simply print out. I know from reading that flatbed scanners need to evenly illuminate the entire page so I think if there is a scanner which is good for 8x10 negative and positive transparency scans then it would also work well for what I want. I've looked at the Epson V750, Canon Canoscan 8800F, as well as Microtek and UMAX brands but it would be great to know if others have advice or experience and a specific recommendation for what I need before I purchase. On a side note, I would be satisfied with the scanner's quality for web use but I use a drum scanning service for anything higher quality like prints. Thank you in advance!