This is the FilmToaster. It lets you use your existing camera as the scanner. It costs over US$1,000: http://www.filmtoaster.photography/ This is the PlusTek OpticFilm 135 scanner. It's obviously slower than copying film with a camera, but it doesn't require extra hardware, it (apparently) has IR dust removal, and it costs US$399: http://plustek.com/usa/products/opticfilm-series/opticfilm-135/ The FilmToaster is quick and handles film up to 4x5. But an Epson v850 is cheaper. From what I've seen, most cameras make poor film duplicators. So the FilmToaster seems to be a beautiful idea but priced highly given that you still need to supply a camera. YMMV.