Re: New stereoscopic cameras on Mars
There is a detailed article on how Perseverance's Mastcam-Z camera captures color at https://mastcamz.asu.edu/the-mastcam-z-filter-set-how-perseverance-will-see-the-colors-of-mars/
In terms of stereo, we learn that there are two filters that are matched (visible band and 800nm infrared)
In the meaning that it can have different color per eye, yes, but they cannot be cyan/red.
Actually the visible colors filters (red, green, orange, red) are on the left eye, and infrared colors are on the right eye:
[Figure 9 of the article, augmented with visible spectrum color bar and sun spectrum (before being filtered by martian atmosphere)]