The shots were generally taken by me or occasionally by friends. The older shots were taken with on my old point and shoot, a Pentax Zoom 90. While it usually did the trick and admirably survived many years of abuse, I took advantage of my transition from the student to working world to pick up a new camera, a Nikon F80. For general shooting, I use a Nikkor 24-85 F2.8-4 lens, and a Nikkor 70-300 for my telephoto. So far I've been very happy with the setup. It's pretty bulky for climbing with, but my experience has been that one rarely gets really good climbing photos without putting in the thought and effort to set up beforehand.
And finally after much hassling from my dad to send him some pictures of my new life in France I caved in and bought a compact digital camera. I still haven't really figured out how to use it - just point and hope for the best. In any case it is lighter than the SLR, so it will probably find some use on climbing trips and maybe one day I'll learn how it works.
I currently shoot almost exclusively Fuji Velvia. I dabbled for a while with Kodak VS, but have found it simpler to stick to the Velvia and push a stop when 50ASA seems too slow... One day I'll convert to fully digital, but for now I am reasonably happy with my setup.