I'm looking for suggestions of a wide lens either 24 or 25mm that has good optical character & likely to be picked up second hand for a reasonable price. I'm also looking for the camera body to fit it to. I'm thinking it will more likely be an SLR than a rangefinder & I'm completely open to brand - Minolta, Olympus, Pentax, Nikon, whatever. I don't want a large camera body, something small & basic from the 70s or 80s will probably be ideal. Auto focus is not necessary but I would like the option of aperture priority. This lens/camera combo will be used in street photography when I am in large crowds. I generally use a 35 & 28mm lens but there are times when I want something wider. My 35mm lens is on an M6 & I have been researching the Zeiss 25mm, but I'd probably end up looking for a second body as well & it is just looking too expensive for something I'm not sure how often I will be using. Considering the prices of old film cameras these days I'm hoping to pick up something for a reasonable price so I can just get out there & start shooting. I know there is a wide range of knowledge on this board & people with a lot of experience with older cameras & lenses. So please tell me which ones you think are the best.