With the new modular GON, ALPA opens a new perspective to photographers. The parts are universally usable, not only with an ALPA camera. Rosa Araci Henriques pictures of Portugal's Algarve show exactly how it works.
With the new modular GON, ALPA opens new perspectives to photographers. Camera setting is now more precise and easier than ever. The new ALPA GON can get combined individually and set up as needed. Following the unified UniQ/C standard with dove tail interface it usable with nearly any camera, not only an ALPA. Due to its clever clamping, users can switch easily and safely between the various third-party providers and their adapter plates, L brackets et al. Together with a leveling base and carbon fiber legs, ALPA GON modules can also be assembled into a full-fledged tripod. Rosa Araci Henriques' following pictures of Portugal's Algarve show exactly how it works. See the making-of and behind the scenes impressions of her work with the Leica M (240).Product Pages[/en/article/alpa-gon-tripod-head|ALPA GON Tripod Head][/en/article/alpa-gon-module|ALPA GON Module][/en/article/alpa-triobal-mini-set|ALPA Triobal Mini with Q-mount (UniQ/C compatible)][/en/article/alpa-carbon-fiber-legs-c2840|ALPA Carbon fiber legs (4 segments) for Triobal head, set of 3, C2840][/en/article/alpa-carbon-fiber-legs-c2844|ALPA Carbon fiber legs compact (4 segments) for Triobal head, set of 3, C2844][/en/article/qpl-1|ALPA QPL 1][/en/article/qpl-slim-50|ALPA QPL Slim 50]
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