I'm an amateur photographer digging into film photography. I currently own a Minox GT which I really love: it's on aperture priority, really compact and light-weight, it's got a quite good, fast lens, and I don't bother the viewfinder build at all.
However, there's a flaw: the Minox GT handles films with iso sensitivity "only" up to 800, which is far below what I may want to bring my camera with me in the evening or in average bright home interiors.
I've tried to do some research but either I can't find maximum iso sensitivity of the camera, or the ones I find are well-known pricey cameras (such as the ricoh gr).
Therefore, I'd rather some equipment recommendation, since I'm looking for a camera which is
Compact: I mean, no 35mm camera is smaller than the Minox, but large-pocket-sized would be very good
Aperture priority or even manual (but an internal exposimeter would be good in that case) but not a point-and-shoot like for example the Olympus Miu
Able to handle at least 3200 sensitivity
Relatively cheap: for example, in general, rangefinder and viewfinder cameras kept a fair price throughout these years
Not fundamental, but very important: a built-in exposimeter, as my primary use of the camera would be street or city-lit night photography
Does a camera with these features really exist?
On a side note, is there some sort of an online archive with camera models listedwith the main features?