I would say a copystand, light table, good quality camera and a Macro lens. Like an R series or DSLR.
I don't think they have any transparency scanners anymore.
What resolution do you require?
I just did this for some old 1.5 x 1.5 slides that had a scan area larger than my Slide Scanner could handle. It works out pretty well
Most companies have abandoned film/negative scanners, but all of us seem to have a a box of old photos and, negatives and slides hanging around. If you want super compact, Amazon has a long list of film and negative scanners. Thats all they do, scan negatives. If you want a more elaborate set up, Kvbarkley's suggestion is excellent.
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