The list author says: "You may be wanting to get started shooting 3-D shorts and indie features, but wondering what the best way is to start.
I'm here to tell you that the BEST way is to start is by getting an inexpensive dual-lens 3-D camera, and start re-learning for yourself how to compose a shot through trial and error. It may take you a while to really make something you're proud of, but these cameras suit 3-D much better than a pair of DSLRs and a jimmy-rigged beamsplitter.
"Cream of the crop. Very narrow IA, allowing shooters to get as close as 18" away from their subject [if they judge their background distances correctly] To record 3D, this camera uses a frame-packed 'MVC' codec recognized by Sony Vegas Pro, the Gold Standard in cinema-quality stereoscopic 3D!"
"Sony's camcorder is pretty awesome. Shoots both 24p and 60i in full HD. My recommendation is to shoot in 60i for greater flexibility in post, but if you must have the film look from production to post, then the 24p mode will be more than adequate."
"Just add a couple of GoPro Hero2s! The lens barrel distortion is too great to use this setup for your whole movie, but for less than 5 minutes of viewing, your audience should totally forgive you when they see the sweet POV footage from this bad-boy."