To have actual 3D you cannot achieve it with just a single frame camera. You need two separate streams of footage used as left and right. The Lumix 3D lens is only for photos. You can rig two AG-AF100 for 3D but it can get messy and complicated. The distance of the one camera related the other is critical for the depth of your 3D footage. If one camera is bumped by accident you might have a messed footage and no cotrol whatsover on 3D depth later in post. My recommendation is to not use two AG-AF100 video cameras for 3D. If you can rent out a AG-3DA1 to save your self from trouble and frustration.
Thomas Alexander | Independent Cinematographer
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