I'm planning to use my RB67 Pro S for some stock photography. Everybody says you have to go digital, but I'm thinking that if I have a negative (or slide) professionally scanned, I will be getting a scan that is equal to a 50 meg. digital camera, right? The digital backs that are made for that camera go up to a 50 meg. so that is where I'm getting my info. Even if there is a 50% loss, at 25 meg. I'm better off than a 20 meg. Nikon or Canon, right? My scans on my old Epson flatbed scanner look great to me, but I would think if these were scanned on a drum they would blow away a digital cameras shots. Or am I way off on this? Ric.