VHS/Super VHS/ VHS-C
HI 8/Super 8
VHS: Standard home recording media that was replaced by DVD's in the early 2000's
Super VHS: An improved version of VHS that has a higher video and audio quality over the previous version. It is the same size with minor visual differences.
VHS-C: A compact version of VHS that can be used in a standard VHS player with an adapter. The format was primarily used in small camcorders for widespread consumer use.
Records: A vinyl disc that is used solely for audio playback. Revered as the best audio quality.
Cassette: Also a media type used solely for audio playback, the Compact Cassette replaced the 8-track tape for common consumer use. The cassette was later replaced by the CD during the digital era.