As illustrated, this bag barely holds a standard DSLR plus one lens and flash. In other words it will be very nice fit for a G7 with two zooms plus + a 7.5mm prime* perhaps? The Jazz 36 will definitely serve the purpose that I have in mind - and like no current bag can manage.
As to the G7 itself: so far so good, but wow it's complex! And with several function buttons and a dozen or two possible settings for each one, it could take a month or more before the camera is functionally set to use. I hadn't really thought about that! And I've just installed v2.0 firmware so it's even more complex - Panasonic added the focus-stack-to-video option where you can choose which frame ahs the point in focus that you wanted most & save that shot as an 8Mpx still. And if you like several planes of focus for the image, go ahead and extract/save them too! What a clever way to play with 4k video.
I've been testing its low-light abilities first, seeing how close to EV-4 it can focus, how iso 6400/12800 look and how OIS does at such stupid-low exposure levels. No surprise that details are smudged at such high settings, but very good results in the worst of circumstances. I'm more than satisfied with these, so I doubt that iso200 shots will be troublesome. I will check on that too, someday soon. Now to find a website that determines EV levels for a given shutter/aperture/ISO combo!
* Done deal! I offered below someone's auction price but did not hear back, then found another one ending soon for cheaper.