I think I'm back is the closest thing to what you want. https://imback.eu/home/
Each frame was kept factory clean in the cannister before being wound on. Fresh and clean for one exposure (or maybe multi but a relatively rare event). So course it would matter. Not really sure what fast slide has to do with it tho?
Nope, never bothered people using fast slide film.
All 35mil cameras load a reel of film and require the rear of the lens assembly to present to the same size area of film in every camera. A fast shutter speed is say, 1/2000th of a second. Light travels at 186,00 miles per second. The gap between rear of lens assembly and focal plane will be not more than, say, 1 cm. Because of the drift velocity of electrons, the speed of electricity approximates the speed of light. Whichever way you look at it, even at a fast shutter speed, there is bags of time to energise a ccd. I suppose we'll have to wait and see what the boffins come up with but I see no problem in principle. Where is Thomas Jerome Newton when you need him?
The video is great, from memory it’s 1080/60 with good stabilisation.