Great example and post.
What an amazing place and glad you saved the shot with the warp stabiliser.
I also have an example of how effective it is but camera stability was nothing quite as extreme as yours except it had fast flowing river rapids in it. I thought that WArp Stabilser would bnever get a fix on the scene due to the rapids but it did so perfectly.
Blew me and my colleagues away!
Thanks for you comments. Cam shake is a big devil for us amateurs. I have upgraded from a large Sony FX1 to a tiny tiny Panasonic TM700
and have major problems shooting hand held without shake, even though the cam has a good stablizer.
It is just that the cam is so tiny. So now I use a little "mealeable" tripod, 2 arms are my handle and the third arm dug into my tummy.
Really should use a full tripod, but how inconvenient when travelling.
Then I look at all the fellow travellers who are not into the hobby like I am. Some poor audience????
Now I have the CS6 Premiere Warp Stablizer. but but lots of changes to the Premiere workspace, especially the timeling area.
Do not know if I like the changes YET!! We shall see.