My father, a professional photographer since 40-50 years left us endless amounts of negatives on film. A lot of it sure is going in the bin, but there are a lot of gems to be digitalized. I've been looking for a negative scanner, but although they are expensive they still are very slow. But then I stumbled up on a video where a guy used an ordinary camera mounted over a "light board" (sorry if this isn't the right term in English, my own language is Swedish... but a milky coloured screen with a light source beneath it). He used a standard camera, but since I've got a Lumix GF2, a micro 4/3 system I'd like some help to understand what type of lens I shuld use to get a resonable result. The lenses I have are a pancake lens (useless for this project) and a 45-200 zoom (not much better) Both my lenses needs a distance of about 50 cm/3 feet to get in focus and then they get to much other than the film in the picture, I like to use as much of the sensor as possible for the 35 negative. Probably you wonder why I don´t just grab one of my father's cameras, well, they are oldschool dinosaurs. Expensive back in the days, now worthless old Leicas and Hasselblads, probably some Cannons and Nikons too.