You made a very good question. The meaning of this sentence would stay the same, no matter which verb you used. What changes is not the semantic meaning, but the pragmatic meaning. You see, depending on whether you say "bring your wallet" or "take your wallet", you express different viewpoints. Basically when we speak, we see ourselves as the centre of the utterance. The time of the utterance and the location where we find ourselves will be seen as reference points.Let's say we're talking on the telephone, and I invite you to my birthday party which is next week. I don't have a camera, but I would like to make photographs, and I know that you have one. So, if I ask you: "Could you please bring your camera?", I am saying that from my point of reference, meaning that you would have to bring something to MY place, and I still see myself as the centre. If I say: "Could you please take your camera with you?", I'm imagining that I'm in your position, at the location where you are now, i. e. YOUR apartment. It is called deictic projection. We do it all the time, but we don't pay attention.