Sure, you have to deal with dust, film grain, and trickier color correction, but taking your negatives digital is worth the effort
First choose your medium. Here it’s listed under Document Type. Pick Film. (Other software may say “reflective” for a print scan and “transmissive” for a film scan.) Choose whether you are scanning a negative, positive, or black-and-white image. Then press the preview button to see your image. Draw a box around the image you want. After you’ve got your selection, hit the zoom button for a better preview.
Set the Bit Depth
When scanning a color image, set your bit depth as high as you can; 48-bit color is the most common maximum. This will produce an image with 16 bits per channel, which can mean a better-looking and more color-accurate picture.