I improved the camera work compared with the prior video of this bike shop. Here you will see that the panning is usually done slowly to reduce motion blur. More frequently the camera stops to let the viewer focus attention and get a better 3D effect. The camera has very little shakiness because it is attached to my do-it-yourself 2-handed camera stabilizer, which is explained and shown in a separate video at http://www.youtube.com/odontomatix about camcorder add-ons. The stabilizer allows the camera to smoothly glide between stops, even though it's fully hand-held, somewhat like a Steadicam. My stabilizer is an enhanced version of the "$14 camera stabilizer" invented by Johnny Chung Lee and published by him on his web site http://littlegreatideas.com/stabilizer/diy/ . When you watch carefully, you'll notice that when I stop after a move and look at a bike, the camera slowly oscillates until it settles to a stop. That's a problem I'm working on. It will be the subject of another video here about variations in the stabilizer configuration. Check back later or subscribe to my channel for updates. Getting good 3D is not just a matter of good equipment. You need to learn good technique, too. As I learn, I'm putting my good and bad examples on this channel so we all can learn together. Feel free to comment and click "Thumb-up" or "Thumb-down" to let me know your thoughts about these examples and tutorials as learning experiences.