Hi, I'm trying to install a C5 in my aircraft. My desired location requires the camera cable to pass through a small hole, about 10mm. Is there any way to disconnect the cable at the camera and then reconnect? I am not afraid to solder. I've seen this thread, so it seems splicing the cable is an option: https://www.innovv.com/forum/innovv-c5-motocam/has-anyone-cut-spliced-lens-cable Also I think this thread has a picture of the insides of the cable: https://www.innovv.com/forum/innovv-c5-motocam/rf-interference Would rather just remove and reinstall the cable at the camera end if it is possible. Barring that, I'll splice the cable and install a connector with crimped pins. I can remove the crimped pins from the shell to get the cable through the hole. The proposed splice would happen inside the cockpit and does not need to be waterproof. Not sure how to route the shielding of the cable. Attaching it to the shell would be ideal but tricky, maybe just send it to its own pin on the new connector? Any thoughts, input, or other ideas? Thanks!