I've seen some arguments for/against DLSR scanning. I had no interest in buying a DLSR just for film scanning. However, I do have a CFV back, and haven't really looked much into using it to digitize negatives. I'm curious if anyone has tried using a Hasselblad CFV back and 120mm Makro lens to "scan" their medium format film (mostly B&W), and how that turned out compared to using a flatbed Epson. I have already tried a Coolscan 9000. I found minimal differences between it and the V700 after processing the image in Photoshop. The Coolscan required less editing to get the same image, but given how much longer it took to scan, the aging of the scanner (not to mention the cost), and the difficulty with repairing a Coolscan, it didn't seem worth it to buy it instead of keeping my trustworthy V700. I'm generally quite happy with the results of the V700, but I'm on the lookout to see if I can get better/quicker results elsewhere. I've been quite impressed at the quality of the images that come from the CFV 16 back, considering it's over a decade old, and wondering if coupled with a macro lens, if it might deliver better results.