BOOKABLE EQUIPMENT

The following equipment is available free of charge for all landscape department students.

Please note that if you borrow any of this equipment, you are responsible for loss or damage.

Please use the form below to submit a booking request and see Paul Buck in the floor 11 Computer room to collect.

MULTIMEDIA & DESIGN EQUIPMENT

Wacom Intous Graphics Tablets

6 Wacom Intous graphics tablets available to book out on a daily basis. Click here for more information about these tablets.

Graphic Design Library

A selection of graphic design books on are available from Paul Buck's office next to the floor 11 computer lab. These must not be removed from the studio and must be returned before 4pm the same day. Topics include landscape design, displaying information and infographics, typography, grid systems, graphic design inspiration and creative thinking.

6 X Canon SLR Digital Cameras

These cameras are also capable of taking HD video

2 X Panasonic HC-X900M High Definition Cameras

Available to book out on a daily basis.

Portable Photography Studio

With lighting rig, good for photographing models etc.

360 Ricoh Theta Cameras

2 cameras available. For taking high quality 360 degree panoramic photos and video.

Olympus MP3 Voice Recorders

2 available to book out on a daily basis

Light Boxes

A3 and A0 size light boxes available

FIELD EQUIPMENT

4 in 1 Environment Meter

The Environment meter can measure sound, light, temperature and humidity. We have 3 of these.

Anemometer

5 devices for measuring wind speed and temperature.

Dumpy Level Kit

Dumpy Level, tripod and staff for measuring spot heights and surveying the levels of sites.  There are full instructions on how to use the Dumpy Level.

Measurement

four 30 meter tapes and 3 Infrared Measurement Devices (IMD).  The IMD's can be used to measure areas and volumes as well as straight distances.

Quadrats

4 Quadrats which help to define areas when surveying plants or some wildlife.

Books

2 copies of 'Wild Flowers of Yorkshire' as field guides.

Binoculars

5 pairs of binoculars for observing sites that are hard to physically access or that you do not want to disturb.