There are plenty of resources if you decide to play with film photography. One of these resources is Lomography and they produce a very handy scanning mask that you can use on any light box.
The mask uses magnets to hold your film in place. Back in the day I remember the 35mm scanner I was using had a really annoying holder that would never shut properly and would bend out of shape just by looking at it.
Getting this holder and using my newly purchased Nikkor 85mm f2.8D PC-E Micro lens to capture the file means that I don’t have to splash the cash on a dedicated scanner.
I don’t plan to scan every single frame I take on film but is handy when I do want to share something online.
Like this frame from the test roll of Ektachrome 100 transparency slide film.