I inherited thousands of photographs (negatives + prints) and postcards. My plan is to select from each film the photos I want to keep and feed them to a sheetfed scanner. This prevents me from using the negatives as I don't want to first select the photos and send search and mark the corresponding negatives. Of course I read all the comments encouraging to use a send-in-service, but I would like to tune parameters like noise reduction, color vibrance and contrast myself.
I do not need raw output, but the scanner should perform color and contrast enhancements before converting it to jpg.
Did you try similar? Which scanner could you recommend? Did I overlook something?
The owner of vuescan recommends the following sheetfed scanners, which supposedly also work for photos: Epson GT-S50, GT-S80, GT-1500
Here at What's the best way to scan in hundreds of pictures? the Canon DR 2010C was recommended for a similar task.
There is also the 'original' sheetfed scanner [Fujitsu ScanSnap].