Why drum scanning, for the expense it is, over the option to scan at very high quality yourself and control all the detail from start to finish? A drum scan isn't the end of it; in most labs, it would be very easy to tack on $200 in additional costs to spec. If it really does matter, PRISM in North Melbourne will do it. Imacon is an old scanner; they use a Kodak and it is darned good. Just not cheap, never was and never will be.