It would probably be sufficient to reduce two complete images to the usual 400x600, or similar, just for a sense of scale, then extract a same-size, very small detail, one that would need no resizing, from each. This would (I think) mean the digitized film image would be a longer download, but that should be part of the test, shouldn't it?
Correct me if I'm wrong, but the reason we do not waste time on 120 vs. 35mm comparisons is that we already know the tiny film is inferior, but we prefer the convenience of the format and the equipment?
And while we are at it, it would be nice to see some flatbed scans of two prints, one on conventional photo paper, direct from the slide, and one from a scan of that same slide, then printed on inkjet. I think there are at least a few Nikonians who have the home equipment, and also presently get, or have gotten, photographic direct-from-slide enlargements. Anyone?
I am grateful to all involved in this digicam/scanner comparison test. I have not seen mention of such a comparison anywhere else.