I'll tell you what I have, maybe it might help you.
I have a panasonic 3d1 camera which i only use in 3d mode. I just got back from a long trip which included 9 days in Kona and i took a lot of 3d video, including at the top of Mauna Kea mountain and near the glowing caldera full of lava at volcano national park (near dark). The footage looks excellent. I know this is not on your camera list, but it is handy being so small and the 3d is great, like steam coming from the vents in Kona that almost pops out of the screen plus it is 1080i. I have a couple of 3d pics that I will get developed into 8x10's. The biggest drawbacks to it are sound (no input for optional mic) and you can't zoom while doing 3d (but you can set up zoom before filming). This is not that big a deal though as when you are doing 3d, you want to avoid zooming in and out as well as panning. The best 3d stuff I have is just to have the cam on a monopod or tripod and let it just film away- the depth will draw you in and looks natural. Any motion, whether shake or panning just destroys it.
To play it back, all I have to do is insert the memory card into my panasonic 220 bluray player- it is that simple! The player is about $130.
Want to watch your footage in 2d? No problem, there is a setting on the 220 to convert 3d to 2d.
Last week was the first trip that I used solid state media to do the bulk of my recording. In the past seven years, I used HDV cameras that recorded 1080i onto DV tapes. This trip, I used my HV40 camera maybe an hour tops. Even if the HV40 was able to do 3d, I probably would have still done most of my filming with the little 3d1 simply because it was just so much smaller/lighter.
If you want to be able to take a memory card, play it in a dvd player and watch it in 3d or down converted to 2d, get a panny cam, panny bluray player and oh, use regular sd cards, not the mico sd cards with an sd adapter (they don't play in my player!).
Whatever you get, make sure to get a monopod. 3d seems to magnify any movement with the camera as it makes for queesier viewing than 2d and even with a monopod, I got some wiggle.
FWIW, I was looking at a crater at the volcano park, filming with my 3d1 when a man walked by with a large panny 3d cam, looked like a panny 1000 with ia expander. Wife noticed my obvious camera obvious and told me "Don't even think about it!"