Borrow wife's DSLR. Take lens off DSLR. Place DSLR on base of enlarger. Use enlarger lens to focus image of negative on camera sensor. Take shot of negative. Use software to invert image. Result: conversion of negative to digital w/o buying a scanner. Problem: The negative size is 24 x 36mm and I believe the sensor size of the camera is 16 x 24, meaning you need a magnification of 2/3. The enlarger's lens's focal length is 50mm. If my math is correct this means the negative to lens distance needs to be 125mm and the lens to sensor distance needs to be 83mm. The maximum negative to lens distance of my enlarger is 90mm. Solution: Take the lamp, condenser lens, negative holder and lens out of the enlarger. Mount all of them plus the camera on an optical bench. This should give a high quality image of the negative in JPEG format. A company in Texas has successfully marketed a telecine machine that uses a similar scheme to convert motion picture film to HD video.