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Equipment Available for Loan: Digital SLR Cameras

What kind of equipment can you check out? What does it come with? How long can you keep it?

Borrowing Policies

Camera equipment is restricted to students in courses with camera assignments.

If you need a camera for a special class project, pick up a faculty sponsor form at the Circulation Desk.  The professor teaching the class will need to sign it before you can check out the equipment.

Loan period:

  • 7 days, one renewal before the exchange of equipment.


Items Available for Loan

Kit Contents:

  • Nikon D40 camera with lens and lens cap
  • USB cable
  • Battery
  • Case

Kit Contents:

  • Nikon D3200 with lens and lens cap
  • USB cable
  • Battery
  • Instruction manual
  • Case

*For use in certain classes only*

Kit Contents:

  • Canon EOS camera with cap
  • Lens (18-55mm) with two caps
  • Lens (75-300mm) with two caps
  • USB cable
  • Battery
  • Case

  • Heavy-duty adjustable camera mount.
  • Includes clamp, flexible arm, and supports any post up to 2 inches in diameter. 

Contents of the bag:

  • One compact DSLR tripod.
  • One storage bag.

The compact DSLR tripod can also support the library's video cameras/recorders too!

  • Vidpro XM-L Wired Lavaliere microphone - 20' Audio Cable.
  • Includes lapel clip and foam windscreen.
  • Microphone connects via a 4’ long cable with 3.5mm audio plug.

  • Azden Omni-Directional Lavaliere Microphone.

SD Card

  • The library now loans out a limited supply of SD cards for use to the student population. SD cards are loaned on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • SD cards are available for DSLR cameras and video cameras.
  • We ask after use that patrons delete all information saved and stored on the SD card before return. The library will check the card upon return and delete any saved files before circulation.

Battery Chargers

  • The Circulation Department loans out separately portable battery chargers for our Canon and Nikon cameras.
  • Portable chargers may be loaned for seven days with an equipment item and may be renewed once.


The library now loans out a limited supply of media storage cards (SD cards). The library respects our patron's privacy, and we ask our patrons to return all library SD cards with their data removed. Should any data remain on a card from a previous patron loan, the Circulation staff reserves the right and will delete any/all data from the SD card before loaning.