Hmmm - you may find £200 is between the devil and the deep blue sea - i.e. more than you could get a flatbed scanner with film capability for that would deliver acceptable results (depending on what you're looking for) and a real professional grade film scanner that would give you excellent results. My wife bought me a dedicated film scanner for £80, and it wasn't even as good as my multipurpose flatbed scanner, so it got sent back. Not sure it helps, but I've just converted around 1,000 35mm slides using an HP Scanjet 4850. I can't claim the results were great, but for my purposes - mainly keeping images for nostalgic purposes and only ever showing them on screen, rather than printing high quality art images - it worked OK, and had the benefit of being very inexpensive.