For what it is worth, I have been using a light Gitzo 1227/1257 tripod with a view camera without problems.
As far as tripod vibrations go, the 2 key elements are probably:
1. To what extend the tripod is prone to vibrate under the influence of the external elements (wind and camera mostly). This is complex and heavily influenced by the head as far as I can tell.
It would seem though that a cardon tripod like the Gitzo have a lot less drag compared to a larger wooden tripod and they are therefore probably influenced less by the wind. On the other hand, they are also lighter, meaning that it takes less force to set them in motion.
A large camera (a view camera with bellow fully extended for instance) can take up a lot of wind, and the light tripods tend not to add enough inertia.
2. How quickly they are damped out. This is also in favour of carbon that tends to damp out typical vibrations very quickly. Indeed, this depends on how close the resonating frequence of the tripod/head assembly is to the vibrations generated by the camera mirror/shutter. Carbon tripod being extremely rigid, it would take a very high frequency to generate long lasting vibrations.