Thanks. Would this scan resolution exceed the resolution of the film, however, due to graininess and scanning the individual pigments?
I once scanned an old picture of my parents in at the highest resolution on my scanner at work; granted, this is from the 1950s or so, and a picture. Looking at the results, I was actually seeing blobs of grayscale pigment occupying 4-10 pixels each (I forget, but they were significant blobs, about the size of an o in 10-12 point font on a 100dpi screen).
With current color neg films, and a knowledable operator, that scan resolution should be achieveable.