Edward Ingold , Feb 14, 2006; 05:56 p.m.
If these rolls are uncut, I suggest a Nikon LS-5000 with a roll feeder attachment. If cut into strips of 6 or less, you can use the LS-5000 or the cheaper LS-50 (and others). I presume you want photographic quality. A flatbed would be cheaper up front, but is slower to operate.
For 200 rolls of film, you will need at least 2 hours per roll if uncut, 4 to 6 hours per roll if cut. Hmmm! 400 hours at 8 hours a day will take you 10 solid weeks - if you take weekends off. Sounds like fun.