If you want to shoot 35mm panoramic photos pre-digital days, these are probably your best two cameras: the Japanese Leica-esque in built Widelux sweep lens camera and the Japanese built (by Fuji) and handles like a Leica Hasselblad Xpan.
The Hasselblad Xpan is really a rangefinder 35mm camera with a medium format lens, so the field of view with the standard kit lens is really about the normal angle of 70 degrees or so, while the Widelux is 126 degrees!
I have the good fortune of both of them in my possession for street and travel photography. For fans of panoramic landscape photography, there is always the massive Fuji G or GX617 medium format and the German made Noblex sweep lens automatic cameras. They are both large and heavy thus really only suitable for trunk based road trip shooting.
On a side note, “The Dude” Jeff Bridges is probably the most famous Widelux shooter in the world. Just Google his name and Widelux and you will see what I mean.