Hello! Question: Are there no MFT moderately wide angle lenses (prime from ~15 to 20mm) with both manual focus and aperture rings? I love shooting with a manual lens that has plain mechanical focus ring and aperture ring, and I've really enjoyed some of the normal length (25mm) and mild telephoto length (e.g. 55 mm) lenses that are available cheaply (~$100) from some of the Chinese companies that I'll refrain from advertising here. Basically, the optics are good enough for me (hobbyist) and I get a real bit of enjoyment from the tactile experience of turning those metal rings and watching the exposure meter on the screen. And, it just feels more natural after using my old Minolta SRT film camera. However, moderate wide angle lenses, around 17mm being a sweet spot on MFT, are so fantastically useful, but not available in this cheap manual lens market segment? Is it that much more expensive and difficult to make a wide angle lens? Am I missing an obvious 17mm wide angle lens out there that's all manual & mechanical? I'm considering just getting a focal reducer and using my old Minolta MC Rokkor lenses, but then I'd loose the compactness benefits of the MFT format. My camera is an Olympus PEN E-PL8, which means there's only one physical dial on the body. So, if that dial is adjusting the shutter speed, then there's no way to set the aperture on an electronically controlled lens other than clicking through on-screen menus (groan).