Hardware: ordinary point/shoot camera, or smart phone will record some audio (badly). A Zoom or equivalent solid state recorder is advisable. Recording direct to laptop is sometimes workable. You can also borrow a Minidisc recorder from the CCE. Consider also: microphones of various types, binaural recording, wireless, mixer, boom, stands, windscreen/dead cat....
- Sound Devices 722
- Trewaudio - 360 degrees
- Audio Technica AT-825 stereo mic.
Hardware: ordinary point/shoot camera, or smart phone. Or: SLR, DSLR. Video cameras will typically take pictures too. You can also borrow my mechanical Pentax to explore all the parameters of still photography. Consider also: 3D photography, 360 degree photography...
The following are just possibilities - not recommendations....many include video as well as image.
- Point and shoot
- camera (useful for VR applications) 
- Light field
- Throwable 360
- GPS combo
Hardware: ordinary point/shoot camera, or smart phone; Zoom or equivalent; consumer-level video camera. You can also borrow a Hi8 camera from the CCE. Most still cameras now take decent video, though the audio may suffer; a DSLR will shoot very sharp images. But length may be limited as compared to a dedicated video camera. Consider also: microphone, GoPro, 360 degree camera, drone camera, tripod or monopod, steadicam, extra flash memory and batteries, lens cleaning, bag
- Wearable (Go pro, e.g.)
- 3D (double lens)
- High speed video (good for understanding musical technique!)
- Traditional laptop
- Satellite phone (can be bundled with GPS)