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ALPA is one of the rare manufacturers of cameras in Switzerland and an outstanding manufacturer of high-end imaging instruments in the global market. ALPA cameras are precision tools, made with passion and skilled craftsmanship for a small group of connoisseurs.

Much like musical instruments, these tools require the expertise and the careful eye of a master. ALPA photographers do not require automatic functions or a constant stream of new models. We simply provide the same that all good manufacturers of tools and instruments do – we provide the best possible quality in design, material and an open ear to all the wishes of our customers.

ALPA's clients include world-class photographic artists, magnum professionals, leading advertising, architectural and landscape photographers and photo enthusiasts around the globe. They appreciate the authenticity, reliability, innovation and craftsmanship. ALPA is not only a product but an attitude. An attitude of joy, professionalism and the spirit of discovery.



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by Yan Bighetti de Flogny - for more information, see Al Safar, auf den Spuren von Ibn Battuta


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  • ALPA on the roof of the world

    05.2019 - Wang Fuan on Mount Everest with his ALPA 12 TC.

  • Photo London with Jeffrey Milstein

    05.2019 - He will be speaking at Somerset House on thursday 16 of May.

  • Siberut

    03.2019 - The exhibition "Siberut" displaying insect portraits of Bernhard Schurian will be on Friday, 5th of April 2019 at 7 pm and the show will run till April 17th, 2019 at Ars Avanti in Leipzig.

  • Future design. Ratingen West and the new city building

    03.2019 - An exhibition with architectural photographs by Marcus Schwier.

  • Follow Al Safar, in the footsteps of Ibn Battuta

    03.2019 - An artistic exploratory project led by a non-profit association promoting cultural projects that advocate intercultural tolerance and understanding. Photographer and artistic director Yan Bighetti de Flogny and his film director Damien Steck re-enact the legendary 14th century traveller’s journey around 38 countries and orient it towards a more cultural approach, celebrating the dynamism and diversity of these societies today. In Partnership with UNESCO, Misk Art institute and National Geographic.

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