I'm looking into getting a 35mm for my D750. I've done some research but the 3 main models i'm looking at are all quite unique, which makes this not so straightforward. Low weight is a priority but there isn't much choice. Not included in the list are the nikon 35 f2D and yongnuo 35 1.8 cheapo lens. Nikon 35mm 1.8G ED Tamron 35mm 1.8 Sigma 35mm 1.4 Art So from all the research i've done reading reviews, articles, watching videos and looking at samples, this is what people have said: Nikon's seems to have not very pleasant bokeh but seems to have better bokeh with highlights and lights comapred to the tamron and sigma. It's also significantly lighter than the other two at 305g. Some commenters said it's faster at focusing than the tamron, possibly because it's a 'native' nikon lens and the smaller focus range. The tamron has stabilisation which is useful for video as well and low light situations. More useful than the extra light at f1.4. It has the closest focusing distance at 20cm (25 on nikon and 30 on sigma). Finally the sigma is the 'best' lens of the three and the most expensive. I haven't done as much research on this. Has anyone directly compared any or all 3 of these lenses? How accurate or incorrect are those attributes? Have any comments to share about any of these lenses? Thanks.