I need to take photos of office interiors and I realized my digital cameras do not do wide angle then I remembered that I had some nice equipment that I purchased in the mid 1990s and dug out my Nikon FA with 20mm F 3.5 I have not used this equipment for 15 years so I put fresh batteries in the FA and the meter seems to work ! So I may just try this project with 35mm film instead of buying new digital camera. I cannot remember ever using the 20mm lens and I hope it will not have a fisheye effect. My plan is to set the camera on a tripod and set the mode to "Aperature" and start with F16 then F8 and let the meter determine how long the shutter speed should be. I do not want to use the flash and I will experiment with turning the interior lights on and off and take several shots. Then I will take a few shots with + exposure compensation. Does this seem like a good plan? Suggestions would be appreciated. BTW, just playing around with the camera without film, I am getting from 8 to 15 seconds shutter time with the F8 and F16 appertures inside my bedroom with daylight coming in through the window and overhead light off.