I recently came back from a trip to China and shot some rolls of Fuji Sensia 100 transparency film. When viewing them on the lightbox, they look absolutely stunning. My exposures were spot-on, colours and sharpness look very ok indeed. Then I scanned them on a Konica Minolta Dimage Dual Scan IV and what did I get? Muddy colours, (especially the darker and middle toned colours), hardly any detail in the shadows (they have gone black). My slides just look unlike anything I experienced before. Do you think that will improve when I upgrade to a Super Nikon COOLSCAN 5000 ED (LS-5000, or must I be using a drumscanner whenever I want to scan transparencies? The scanner works fine. It's just that it doesn't seem to be able to get all the fine detail into a digital file. Is it normal?