The table below shows lenses that fill the 14-35 range that most photographers might consider as alternatives (all of them cover the full frame sensor cameras):
All the lenses are in the same general range of pricing, but each lens is distinctly different from the others. So this comparison is a bit of apples vs oranges, with image quality being a primary concern of many, but zoom range and ergonomics and versatility (eg tilt/shift) being just as important to others.
The closest match in zoom range is the 16-35 and 17-35 pairing. But some users might well find that 14-24 + primes or 14-24 + 24-70 makes more sense, because 14mm is a lot wider than 16mm. Not listed below are the Zeiss 18/21/25/28/35mm prime lenses, see the Nikon or Canon lists.
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