Just to add a note, I find "camera scanning" to be much faster than scanner scanning (I have V700 and Coolscan IV) if you are doing a significant number of images. (I use a D800E, which gives up nothing to the scanners in terms of "real" resolution and dynamic range.)
Thanks for that. Yes, a properly set up D800E camera scan would look good in the resolution & DR aspects. Can you describe the physical setup you use?
If I go down the camera scan road it would be with Canon 5DIII, f/2.8 EF L 100mm IS macro plus macro slider, very likely a Velbon Super Mag Slider http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=&sku=1124144&gclid=COrrsvCk58oCFdcRvQod-1wNag&Q=&is=REG&A=details
There are cheapie sliders on eBay for under $30 of dubious quality or almost $700 AUD for a Novoflex slider rail http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?Ntt=macro+slider+rail&N=0&InitialSearch=yes&sts=ma&Top+Nav-Search=
The Velbon looks like nice middle ground with solid reviews. Focusing the 100mm at close to minimum focus distance was very twitchy, so the macro rail would bring the required control. A shorter focal length may simplify matters.
Here's a fairly entertaining camera scan device called the Film Toaster which I saw today on Petapixel:http://petapixel.com/2016/02/06/the-1699-filmtoaster-helps-you-digitize-most-film-formats-with-your-digital-camera/
Does it toast film?