Yup one of those questions. I do enjoy the slower planned style of photography, I shoot a dSLR off a tripod at the golden hour maybe with grad filters and as I do with my Nikon film bodies. I have now got into medium format film cameras and they are such a bargain. The different style of photography or the analog look that is a bit different. Put that aside. From a general or commercial point of view, Imacon and drum scanners are probably out of the reach of most people and probably including the medium format dedicated scanners as well like the former Coolscan 8000/9000 and the current Plusteks retailing $2k+. So most people may be using a flatbed scanner or get them scanned economically at their lab. Maybe for big clients, big shoots and upmarket projects and inhouse services. For nowadays in terms of detail how does that stand with medium format film cameras for most people? Well I guess in the past, the common wedding photographer who shot medium format film probably didn't use a dedicated scanner for every print right. TA.