Focus Numérique is a web magazine exclusively dedicated to photography. Free and free access since its inception, Focus Digital continues to evolve and is undergoing a profound transformation by becoming a magazine, some of which is accessible by subscription. Among his latest publications, find the tests Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 17 mm f / 1.2 Pro, SSD Lacie Rugged USC-C 1TB, a retro folder, the section "Your photos, our tips "February and a photo inspiration.
Test – Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 17mm f / 1.2 ProThe latest addition to the M.Zuiko Pro range, this fixed focal length of 17mm (equivalent to a 34mm) boasts an ultra bright aperture of f / 1 , 2 and therefore joins the 25 and 45 mm already present in the catalog. This new lens should logically make the happiness of the report-seekers and take a good place in our great guide of purchase of the best optics Micro 4/3.
Test – LaCie Rugged Thunderbolt USB-C SSD 1 TB The most famous nomadic storage device has had the same look for many years, it has evolved and declined to form a complete range. Its latest iteration, the LaCie Rugged Thunderbolt USB-C, is itself available, depending on its capacity, hard drive or SSD. We got our hands on a 1TB SSD model so as to test the manufacturing quality and the maximum transfer speed of 510 MB / s promised by the manufacturer.
Dossier – Retro PhotoFor us – and you – to tell the wonderful story of the development of digital cameras, we appealed to Lionel Gérard Colbère, a real passion for cases and their designs. Get in our time machine!
Your photos, our advice / February 2018In this end of February for the least … frisquette, your photos take us back to the poetry of these exceptional meteorological moments, and not only … Thank you, and once again our congratulations!
© Christian Molette
Inspiration Photo – Underwater Photographer of the Year 2018The Underwater Photographer of the Year (UPY) is an English photography competition showcasing the talent of underwater photographers. The first edition took place in 2014, but this event has its source in 1965 with the first Brighton Underwater Film Festival which resulted in 1967 the British Society of Underwater Photographers. Find here a selection of the most beautiful and award-winning images from some 5,000 photos from 63 countries.
Henley Spiers, winner in the Waters Macro category.