Since I will be selling my D7000, I'm looking into what would be the best lens for my D750. Old and cheap are usually what I pick.
I shoot lots of macro stuff and I have that covered with a Nikon 105mm 2.8 AL-s. I also enjoy star trails/milkyway shots. For that I have a Sigma 24mm 1.8, which I'll also use for in the woods flowing water pictures.
Every once and a while I shoot something that I'll need some reach (FX 200mm / DX 300mm). With my D7000, I used the kit zoom 70-300 5.6. When indoors, I would wish I had something faster.
That brings me to my choices. I hardly used my DX 35mm 1.8, but when I did, I came up with some "keeper" images. I plan on getting a 50mm 1.8 or maybe a 1.4. Either one will be the AF version with a switch on the side of the lens.
For a longer lens, the 80-200mm f/2.8 FX seems to be a good fit. I'm not sure if a AF-s version would improve my images of someone singing inside a dimly lit church. If a old 2x teleconverter would work with this lens, I'd be very happy.
Please let me know what you think about these choices.