It’s kind of interesting. This thread is talking about the newest film scanner, while this thread is talking about using a camera instead of a scanner to digitize film. http://www.luminous-landscape.com/forum/index.php?topic=75024.0
Another recent thread also talked about using a camera instead of a scanner. So, maybe another question might be how close using a camera is to the Plustek (or any scanner)?
Based on the samples Bernhard has supplied, my feeling is my my 'scans' with my digital back and macro lens over a light table are at least that good, and most likely better than the plustek. But I don't have just any digital back, I have a multishot back.
Here's a 'scan' from my old Rollei TLR handheld with expired film someone gave me - 6x6 negs. First the whole frame reduced and then a 100% crop. Scan was achieved using an enlarging lens fit to the Rollei shutter adapter with the camera a 6008AF over a light table.