Seems to have held, went along the edge of the little metal bracket against the rubber just for good measure.
Well surprisingly simple to get that routed and fixed up. Love the easy jobs !
I will do a test recording at some point and report back on its quality, unlikely to post it up though but can give you an indication.
Looks fine on the LCD, so doubt it can be much worse than that unless it is really badly compressed or encoded, if you do go for this cam
then be very careful pushing the little flash card in. That entry point is not the strong point of the head unit. Just look very carefully, and
there is no indiation of which way to put the card in so if you meet any resistance do not force it..mine went in very smooth without any
resistance at all, just be very gentle.
Edit update: Just went for a spin and video quality is fine. One quirk is that the rear cam video plays for 3 seconds then jerks slightly, not badly
and there is zero interruption of the video so it is not a major issue. Front cam records smooth and is good quality. Not sussed how to transfer video yet (other than putting the flash memory into a card reader if you have a knock.) as the main unit is not immediately registered as a USB memory device when plugged into a PC.
I am impressed thus far. The instructions are not that great and very, very small text.
Oh and the video was good enough even with the bit of plastic protecting the front lens in transit left on.. numpty !