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HIGH-END IMAGING INSTRUMENTS


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.


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  • Happy Chinese New Year

    02.2018 - The Year of the Dog is here.

  • TrioPod-Pro 75 and Classic Ball 5 II

    02.2018 - With the latest two products, ALPA makes photographers' lives a little easier again. The TrioPod-Pro 75 tripod carries even the heaviest equipment reliably and is still easy to transport thanks to its replaceable carbon legs. The Classic Ball 5 II is aimed at the friends of tripod ball heads.

  • ALPA GON in Luminous Landscape

    01.2018 - Kevin Raber of Luminous Landscape reviewed the ALPA GON modular tripod accessory system.

  • I Like to Move It

    01.2018 - Extended lens alternatives for the ALPA 12 FPS and ALPA Silex.

  • A 10 Hour Film Exposure

    01.2018 - For hist latest project, photographer Guy Havell stayed out days and nights. The result is a pure form of photography, captured on film.

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  • How the car conquered the German southwest

    02.2018 - The film about the German car manufacturing industry features a portrait of the famous Staud studios. Staud Studios use ALPA cameras for their photographic work.

  • "Duesseldorf" by Marcus Schwier

    02.2018 - A city is a living organism that is subject to continuous change. Often this happens - as with humans - hardly noticeably. And it is only when we meet again at a distance of a few years that differences to earlier age groups become apparent.

  • Bredenfeld's "Formationen" in Vienna

    02.2018 - The artist's picturesque structures of landscapes as well as photographs of rock and ice formations can be seen in Vienna until the end of March.

  • The New Yorker - A New Silk Road

    01.2018 - With photographs by Davide Monteleone.

  • Leaning Out

    01.2018 - Jeffrey Milstein's aerial photography is part of a solo show at Benrubi Gallery in New York.

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