Hi - I'm not new to photography, but am new to video. My friends want me to shoot some video at their wedding. They can't afford a videographer and know that I don't have any experience w/ video. They simply want "any video that I can capture" from their wedding. Sounds easy and I agreed to do it and am not being paid. So, I am starting to think about what equipment I'll need/want to use so that I can start practicing. The wedding is in 2 months. I need some advice on what to use or if I need to buy anything to help capture the moments. The wedding will be indoors. I'd appreciate any help first on equipment and then I'll ask about settings & technique in a followup post later. Here's what I have: Olympus E-PL2, Olympus 14-54mm II 4/3 lens w/ MA1 adapter, Panasonic 100-300mm lens, & a tripod. I'm willing to spend a 4-5 hundred dollars on anything to make the job better/easier as I can always resell the equipment if I decide that I don't want to keep it. I want to do a good job on this project even though my friends are just desperate for any type of video clips that I can capture. Questions - Will these lenses work? Will changing lenses be a pain? I haven't seen the venue, so not sure how much zoom (or light) that I'll need. Would a one-lens superzoom be better - like the 14-150 or 14-140? Should I be using a camcorder instead? What about the panasonic G3 body - I like the rotating screen and touch point autofocus. How much memory will I need? AVCHD format seems cumbersome - would it be ok to shoot in MPEG? Help! What would you do if you were me? Thanks!!