Answered By: Heather Maez
Last Updated: Jun 24, 2020     Views: 55

The Centennial Science & Engineering Library offers two RICOH 360 degree cameras for checkout.

Cameras may be checked out for a 3-day period (with the option to renew).Tripods are also available for checkout.

  • RICOH Theta V: 4K 360 degree camera (takes video and/or still photos) comes with a special attachable 3D microphone
  • RICOH Theta S: HD (1080p) 360 degree camera (takes video and/or still photos) comes with various devices to attach camera to bike helmet or handlebars.

More information on how to use cameras and software can be found at https://libguides.unm.edu/thetav

Centennial Library also has a 4k camera for in library use within DEN 2:

  • Sony 4K Handycam FDR-Ax53 16.6 mega pixels. This can be checked out for 3 hours. Included is a tripod, microphone, USB cable (for downloading files), and HDMI cable for playing videos directly from camera.

 

*Must have a valid UNM Lobocard and a library account in good standing. 

 

Other camera rental equipment options available on campus can be found at: 

The Department of Film & Digital Arts and The Department of Art and Art History. (Restrictions may apply. Please contact each department for requirements). 

 

Comments (2)

  1. FYI.... the Photography area in the Department of Art does not rent out equipment to anyone other than students who are enrolled in the Art Program and are taking a photography course.
    by Art Department on Feb 14, 2020.
  2. Thank you for your comment. We have edited the information for clarification.
    by UNM Libraries on Feb 14, 2020.

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