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Electronic Equipment: UMW Libraries and the HCC: Digital Cameras

Electronic Equipment Guide

Digital Camera

Digital Camera Help

For assistance on using the Nikon Coolpix 3700, please see the user guide and manual.

Intercampus Use

Because of potential loss or damage to library technology items, nothing will be shipped via intercampus mail.  For library technology available at the Fredericksburg campus, please contact the Simpson Library.


The Stafford Campus Library has two digital cameras.  Use of a digital camera is on a first come/first borrow basis. Library holds are not available for this item.

Who May Borrow
Only currently enrolled students and actively employed faculty and staff of the University of Mary Washington may borrow a digital camera.

Loan Period
Digital cameras may be borrowed for a period of 7 days.

What You Borrow
Digital cameras are loaned with 1) a battery charger 2) a battery pack 3) connector cables 4) an SD memory card and 5) a users' manual. You are expected to return all of the items identified in the previous sentence when you return the digital camera at the end of your loan period. You will be billed replacement costs for lost or damaged components. 

Replacement Costs for Lost or Damaged Digital Camera
Anyone borrowing an digital camera is required to sign a form indicating that they "understand that there are certain responsibilities associated with the usage of this equipment and agree to the following terms and conditions":

  • borrower understands that all electronic equipment and/or accessories are the property of the University of Mary Washington.
  • borrower will return all equipment to the University of Mary Washington in the same condition in which it was provided to me.
  • borrower will return all equipment on specified due date/time.
  • borrower understands that failure to return equipment will result in an overdue fine.
  • borrower is responsible for the replacement cost for equipment that is lost, stolen or damaged.  Damages include but are not limited to accidents, neglect, or misuse.

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