I'm going through the process of digitizing all the negatives in the family for the past 50 years ... over 3000 I recently ran across some Kodak Instamatic 126 negatives and would like to scan them; however, the perforations of the negative do not match up with the "sprocket" wheels of my Nikon Coolscan V ED film scanner. There is only one hole per frame on the negative as opposed to standard 35mm film with several holes per frame. Does anyone know if a film "punch" (think of a 3-hole punch) is made to convert 126 film to 35mm? What about creating a carrier strip, whereby the 126 film is attached (with tape?) to a 35mm strip. In other words, cut the edges off (with the perforation holes) the 126 and 35mm strips, then attach the 35mm perforations to the 126 film. Some other method?