I scan my 35mm negatives on a Nikon Coolscan V ED (for roll film I use an Epson scanner) together with VueScan on my laptop. If you do remember working with negatives, you will remember that it was common to make a quick print of all the negatives by lying them flat on the photographic paper to be able to find out which ones were worth working with and which ones you shouldn’t bother with. VueScan can make an index file similar to the afore-described contact sheet.
Okay, so far we have seen the results of my K20D and MZ-S which both integrate perfectly with the Pentax 360FGZ flash as they support the P-TTL mode.The last camera I tried is the Pentax 645NII that “only” supports the TTL mode and has no built-in flash. Stay tuned for the results of this camera for the next three days.
Breaking news: I just bought a Pentax 67II with a SMC Pentax 67 55mm f/4 lens second hand; looking forward shooting some awesome 6x7cm negatives of landscapes.