I think that all you need , is to find somebody with an Imacon-Hasselblad Virtual Drum scanner like 848,949 or X1 .
I own an 949 Imacon and i can tell you that his quality for B/W is just perfect . Ask for 300 or 360 dpi ,16 bit , color TIFF s
and you will be O.k. !
With all due respect, there's a world of difference between a "virtual drum" and a real one. Film flatness, resolution, focus across the frame, dynamic range, ability to scan the entire frame and then some, and last but not least, the real advantage of scanning with Kami fluid. It's generally my preference to scan once at a resolution that records everything on the film rather than scan to a specific print size. It's the difference between a good scan, which certainly Imacon's can be, and a great scan.