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First of all congrats for getting started!
Some equipment advise… make sure you save up enough money for lighting an audio equipment… it doesn’t have to be nice, but you don’t want to use the built-in microphone for professional videos. With online video, audio is typically more important than video quality, as weird as that sounds.
As far as getting started… focus on what you enjoy. And don’t think that you can’t do big events. I have 3 cameras. but typically when I do big events, I only use one… it’s all based on what the client needs.
I have a blog about how to start a video business (you can check it out in my sig) and the thing I recommend to starting videographers is craigslist.
I hope this helped =)