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As always I thought your article was insightfull and will give some people considering the business food for thought.
I think that the equipment you listed is a base that you will have to vary based on areas you may want to concentrate on. Let’s say you want to do events. I think you would need to facter in a minimum of 2 if not 3 cameras. Training and corporate type videosyou could probably get by with one camera but you will probably need a green screen set up. Weddings you would probably want some type of glide cam setup for anything more than just a basic shoot not to mention a music and effects library to support your edits.
Of course several of those items can be added as needed for the job. Just my 2 cents worth.