You should have a 28mm, 50mm and 85mm at least. As fast ( the lens) as you can afford them. Cheers,
Because of the digital craze, people are dumping their old 35mm gear for low prices. The old gear is better built than the new gear and the lenses are every bit as sharp. So treat yourself and buy what you want.
If MF, Olympus OM-2n or Nikon FG/FE are very nice, or FM2n if you want full manual. If AF, N90/N90s or F4s. If you go with Nikon, you can use most AI or AF lenses with any of the Nikon bodies I mentioned. The OM-2n, FE/FG/FM are very compact, with the OM-2n being the most "pro" level of the group. The N90s was "pro-sumer" and the F4s is, of course, pro. The F100 is also pro-sumer, but I don't own one so I can't speak to it. N90/N90s bodies and older AF lenses can be had for a song. The F4s is the most compatible with MF/AI Nikkors, but is also big and heavy, not much different from my ETRS. I have all of these cameras (and more) and these are the ones I tend to use most for casual shooting. Check out Ken Rockwell's site for more info on the Nikon stuff (http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/index.htm). Hope this helps.