Yes, epoxy lined, gallon cans with nail holes in the cover.
ml frame feeders with cap and ladder. wait till they go on sale.. u can get the 2.5 gal ones for under 5 bucks..
For normal hives I now use 1 gallon epoxy lined paint cans with holes punched in the lid inverted on the inner cover on sticks with a super around it.
In my mating nucs this first year of queen rearing I had 3 deep frames and a 1 gallon Mann Lake Pro frame feeder with the cap and ladders. They take up the extra space of the fourth frame and when I made my nucs to overwinter I waited till they are mated and laying and pulled the feeder and put in a frame of foundation. Works for me.
Raising Vermont Bees one mistake at a time.
USDA Zone 5A
Some of your choice should be based on whether or not feeding is your management plan or an exception. If it's an exception, a bottom board feeder is the cheapest and works, but if you plan to feed every year it may be worth considering something that works better. They all seem to drown some number of bees some of the time and the bottom board feeder drowns about as many as the frame feeders.
And dry sugar requires no extra equipment.