I use the same settings as Barry, except auto WB, etc. Having the app on your phone makes it easier to make settings in the field since the displays, etc. are very small. I made a 3D printed rig that allowed me to shoot normal eye separation and flip the cameras over for wider separation. You get more depth that way, but also a sense of miniaturization, so I normally leave it on close separation as was the original design. For wider separation, you have to get another cable and slightly modify it.
See this link from further back in these threads: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/192-3...l#post54796893
I took the Gopro 3+ 3D camera with me to an African safari in May of 2016 and shot a lot of 3D with it. I had the 3D printed setup hanging down on a strap, so it was with me all the time, even when I shot with my DSLR. I don't have a viewfinder on it, and had to train myself previously to be able to point it correctly and keep it level. Panning is the nemesis with all of these cameras, and you have to learn to do it very slowly. By having the gopros out of the gopro 3+ stereo plastic case, you get much better sound as well.
I also have been playing around with 720px60fps 3D Bluray per Barry's suggestion, and have to say, with the right stabilization, it looks fantastic and butter smooth. 1080px24fps has just too much judder and the difference in apparent resolution is minor, especially when you realize that 720p 3D bluray gets upscaled to 1080p 3D in most projectors now, and on my 4K living-room 3D TV, it looks 4K.
By shooting in 2.7K 30fps, you can easily create your own zooms and still maintain resolution, by doing a layouter keyframe zoom in. As you zoom, you also have to keyframe-correct the 3D separation. I use Edius for all of my gopro videos and find that the stabilizer built-in using max rolling shutter correction works best to get rid of the wavy horizon wing flapping. Barry uses Mercalli, but I haven't found it as stable for what I do.
I'm currently redoing all of my gopro videos that I made for youtube and 1080 blurays into 720px60fps blurays. I'm currently working a complete compilation of all of my Africa Safari videos, Fuji W3 stills, plus some 2d to 3d video and stills, and 2D video set back into the 3D window. I have over one and half hours so far. I've got lots of titles and overdubs to add, so it's going to take another month or so to complete
I use Cyberlink Powerdirector to do some 2D to 3D conversions and also 3D Titles and bring that into Edius. Then do the whole thing in Edius and render to an MP4 dual-stream 3D file. Import that into Powerdirector and produce a 3D bluray with menu. Powerdirector is definitely the way to go for creating 3D blurays.
You can see my two-camera setup in the picture below. We visited a Masai Tribal Village, and I was jumping with the Masai women. It is a ritual during their singing of tribal songs. The men can jump up to 3 feet. It's a sight to see.