Thank you. It looks like the 2400 stands for it's optical resolution, same goes for the 1670 pretty much which scans at 1600dpi. That said I've been scanning at 3200dpi because I've seen a noticeable difference. At that rate each image is huge, roughly 100 MB. It also takes a while, around 2 minutes per shot. I've seen similar ones for cheap, I got mine for free as someone was throwing it out. Paying to get them developed suuucks. The cost of film plus getting them developed is $8 a roll down at walgreens. I'm sure I could do it for close to half if I went to somewhere like Costco, oh well. Can you recommend any good film? My sister got me a 30 dollar gift card for amazon and I think I might try something new. Thanks, I've only shot 4 rolls with it so I'm still getting used to it. I need to do something about the battery, right now I have the wrong size one wedged in there with some paper so it will make contact. I believe it's voltage is also a little off which may be affecting expose when in auto. Good luck! So I've been playing around with some of the few settings in the scanning software and I think I got it to a good point. I will probably rescan them all so I have a better place to start. Gonna be at it for a while but nows a good time to learn.