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I have hundreds of strips of 35mm negatives to scan. I have been "thinking" about buying a Nikon scanner for years, but never pulled the trigger as I was hoping something would come along to replace them... so far it seems not.

However, I came across the Epson Expression 12000XL scanner. If I am not mistaken it can scan 48 negatives at a time in a batch, which is really helpful/fast. It also has ICE. The reviews I can find are favorable, but no head to head comparison of a dedicated films scanner is made. It also has a fluid immersion capability.

Question is if anyone has used this scanner and if it is good for what I need. Or should I just pull the trigger on a Nikon Coolscan?
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