School of Public Health Loaner Equipment
The School of Public Health has audio and video gear that SPH staff and faculty can borrow for school communications projects. Availability of all gear is subject to School needs as judged by the Communications staff.
Use the form at the bottom of the page to ask questions or reserve gear. Loan periods are normally one week.
Borrow and return gear listed here to the SPH Office of Communications staff at Room 338 (121 South Main Street, third floor).
Other sources of gear and support:
- The SPH IT team has laptops available to loan to SPH people; e-mail Josh Trepanier and Bob Medieros
- Brown’s Central IT Service Center in Page-Robinson Hall has laptops, camcorders, and more.
- Multimedia Labs@Brown has tutorials, resources, technical and creative help for video production, audio/podcasting, 3D printing, recording booths, and more at the Granoff Center.
- The Rock library has an audio/podcasting studio
Blue Yeti Microphone Kit
The Blue Yeti microphone is used for podcasting, interviews, voice overs and instruments. It can be used for audio and video recording with a laptop or desktop computer, an Android phone or iPhone, or DSLR.
- Blue Yeti Microphone
- Metal screen pop filter
- USB-A cable
- Apple camera adapter (for connecting to iPhones)
- USB-C adapter (for laptops and Android phones)
- 1/8″ audio cable (for DSLR’s)
- 1/8″ to 1/4″ adapter (for audio equipment)
- Carry case w/strap
Canon T7i DSLR Kit
The Canon EOS T7i is a DSLR for high quality photos and HD video (1920 x 1080). It has a standard 1/8″ audio jack (ie, it will work with Blue Yeti and other mics); it does not have a headphone jack.
Canon T7i kit includes:
- Canon T7i DSLR body
- Canon EF-S 18-55mm zoom lens
- Canon EF-S 55-250mm zoom lens
- 1 battery
- Battery charger
- RØDE Gear hotshoe-mounted shotgun mic
- Shoulder bag
- 32GB SD Card and USB card reader
SD cards will be formatted and wiped clean upon equipment check-in, so please transfer and save all media files before returning gear.
Video Light Kit
The MonoBright outputs the equivalent power of a 750W tungsten fixture while consuming only 100W of current. The color is variable from 3200 to 5600K so no filters are required, whether shooting in daylight or tungsten color temperature environments. Dimming range of 10-100%.
- One MB-50BV monoBright LED Bi-Color 750 video light (continuous)
- Cables and case
- Magnus VT400
- Fluid head
- Quick-release plate
Tripod mount for Smartphone
- Oben ASPTA-20
- Multiple mounting positions
- Cold shoe
- Ars-Technica ATH-M20X;
- Plugs into the bottom of the Blue Yeti to monitor sound levels