You could start out with an Epson v600 and see how you like the whole scanning thing.
I have seen surprisingly good results with the v600.
IF your budget is a bit higher you can get the Epson v750 using SilverFast SE Plus 8
If you are shooting negatives these two will do you just fine.
On the other hand if you are shooting transparencys you will get
better results with a high end scanner from a high end lab or printing company.
Keep in mind I'm talking about a Crossfield the size of a car.
The Epson v750 is a game changer. Very high quality scans as well as wet scanning.
The Nikon does not do wet scanning as a stock option.
Here is an example of a scan with the Epson v750.
While I normally wet scan the above scans were done dry scan. So you can expect slightly better results
if you wet scan.
Keep in mind that the images I posted were shot with the Fuji gx680.
No other MF reflex camera comes close to it's quality when shooting film.
Personally I find the Nikon scanners over rated. I've had both the dedicated 35mm and the 8000.
Never liked the tonal reproduction. Vuescan is so so IMO.
SilverFast SE Plus 8 is far better, but the company is not nice to deal with and has a censored (they say moderated)
Stay away from drum scanners unless you are shooting transparancys.