• Hi guys!

    In Mexico the majority of small business are been eaten by the big companies like Walmart, Seven Eleven, etc, those small business are responsible for the 70% of job creation in Mexico, so imagine how poor we are now...

    Well we have a project, around the country we want to create students and people with studies who can "Adopt a Changarro" (Changarro means small business), by adopting the changarro they will give them free advice in accounting, marketing, relationship, hiring, image, design.

    Imagine an artist painting the Changarro in an amazing way, then the client comes in and finds everything clean and organized, then they realized that the products are locally grown... Wouldn't it be fantastic?

    I do think so... anyway, we don't really need money, but we do want to make a documentary about it, we want to take one business and use it as example, so the video can be shown as tutorial around Mexico even the world...

    I don't really know much about filming, I have money enough to buy a decent camera, but I don't have info about which camera I need, and I don't wanna mess it up...

    So advice is very welcome








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    If you don't have a ton of money for a top quality camera and you're just making a youtube style video.

    I would look into PANASONIC LUMIX digital cameras.

    They have some GREAT HD quality videos to them.
    And they record sound pretty well also.

    You know WALMART is the largest employer here in the U.S. also.
    The USPS (United States Postal Service) is 2nd....but they are dropping fast because of down sizing, lay offs, etc.

    I would recommend you look into some panasonic lumix digital cameras and then just use a video editing device. To splice and put your doc together.

    For $150 to $200 you can get a digital camera and the software....well....it depends on how you go about that.

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