OK- you can pay a small up-charge (about 10 cents per image on a 36 roll) for 'enhanced' scan (roughtly 3000x2000) from an online vendor. Let me give you an example and then pixel peep just a bit. Took my latest roll and went to the first image that was in focus and properly exposed (ugh- shot #5!). It's a shot of my D610 set up for a shot of the upcoming sunrise. Here is the difference: 1. Image they sent me at approx. 3000x2000 resolution (but compressed to fit here)- Here is my scan of the supplied negative (Epson V600)- The white balance is (to me) much more accurate on my scan, but it you want to accentuate the golden hour, their version is nice. Let's take a close-up look. Here is left upper side of the camera- professional scan: And my version: Look at how 'jaggie' the vertical outline of the prism housing is on the internet version! I'm pretty pleased with my scanner's ability to meet/exceed the pro shop. I would NEVER want to invest the time to DIY all 36 shots, and due to pure convenience I'm inclined to keep paying the $4.00 per roll for enhanced scanning, but if I really want a super clean shot, I would not hesitate to dig out the negative and do it myself. NOW, for $9.00 per roll you can get them to do a super resolution scan and perhaps that is beyond what I could achieve, but I doubt I'd regularly pay that- I just have too many 'clunkers' on most rolls that are not worthy of that!