Hello,\n\nAs this is my 1st post, there's a tradition to introduce oneself in it. I saw the rise & fall of the 3D video, I think it was late 2000s or(and) early 2010s, and had no interest in that. I got interested with wikipedia 3D image or(and) short video with the old school system of red & blue (a filter for each eye). I was convinced I could find a cheap pair of glasses on eBay, which was the case, so bookmarked the content of interest. I reopened the content with anticipation when receiving the pair and was pleasantly surprised. I then watched 3D videos (using the same system) of my hometown and got pretty interested in doing the same for different part of it, and shooting my close ones.\n\nI saw the video\n[URL='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJlkuHxQB20']SHOOT 3D NOW ! How to use a 3D side-by-side rig - YouTube\n[IMG]http://i.ytimg.com/vi/gJlkuHxQB20/mqdefault.jpg[/IMG] [/URL]\n, which feature a setup with 2 camcorders on top of a kind of mini rail which is mounted around it's center (bottom) on a tripod, camcorders that are genlocked and have a single wired remote for both (kind of like a "Y" from the remote to the 2 camcorders). I learned in that video that the distance between the 2 video sources should be 30:1. What I liked about this (compared to a dual-lenses camera), is that I could keep the same amount of 3D even though I'm shooting things at a different distance (in front of the camera), by increasing or reducing the distance between the 2 video sources; I could also use a different ratio if the standard changed or that I realized I had it wrong. I thought I could something alike cheaply. Although my rig would need to be\n[LIST=1]\n[*]mobile (ie: w/ DIY camera stabilizer[SIZE=2] (hopefully mounted at the hips for prolonged usage if affordable, I can do a few minutes at a time if expensive)[/SIZE]),\n[*]portable (I don't have a vehicle, so would be taking plain public transport[SIZE=2] (there's no route with a bus w/ big luggage compartment, as in coach, to my hometown and even if there were I don't really have money for that)[/SIZE]).\n[/LIST]\n\nThank you kindly for your help or feedback\n\n[B]Update 1:[/B]\n\nIf the stabilizer used weight, it would be nice to have them be water refillable, to be lighter while transporting it.