I think your purpose in starting this thread was to demonstrate that the G77 camera is an extraordinary combination of features in a very small package unlike we've been previously offered as consumers. You started with quality, colorful stills and have provided a well shot, smooth and colorful video. Well done. If I had not bought three 1080p60 cameras in the the last 18 months, this one would be high on my list!
Regarding the video itself, it impresses me on so many levels I'll probably watch it several times. By taking video there, and displaying it so we can watch it here, you provide us with too many things to think about. Themes are social, economic, political, wellness, fashion and emotional. There are pineapples in a basket that appear to be of better and fresher quality than I could even hope to buy here. The man carrying them appears healthier than most in my hometown because he exercises and is not fat! Both men and women are wearing styles and colors that have a wider appeal than I see here. Besides showing how good your new camera is, you are also showing the power of well done personal video.
You might enjoy that when, I was a Navy pilot in the early '70s, someone, somewhere created a "fad" product out of those cargo baskets. They were equipped with cushions, placed on a stand, called "papa san chairs" and sold like crazy to every pilot and crew member flying an airplane big enough to get them home. Along with the chairs, came monster stereo systems from Sony, Panasonic, Sansui and JVC. The idea was to sit in the chair and crank up the cassette taped music you recorded from friends LPs. VCR had not arrived yet, so watching video was not common. We brought home lots of Nikon and Pentax equipment, but I don't recall seeing anyone buy video equipment. I have a bunch of Kodachrome, Ektachrome and Tri-X shots of similar scenes from various Asian cities.
Thanks for the personal report from another part of the world.