So close. TEPCO posted a short report on August 12 with photos as if that was what had been planned all along - to stop right at the opening of the pedestal.
However, the worker who tweeted from Fukushima I Nuke Plant and now tweets from somewhere else, "Happy", said in his August 10 tweet that the probe was done on August 9, but TEPCO couldn't retrieve the camera and the water sample and had to abandon the probe.
I'm not sure the August 12 attempt was a third one (if "Happy" is correct), instead of second. But it's clear from TEPCO's report that they didn't collect the water, and they do not have the video.
On their initial attempt on August 2, 2013 and the video, see my post on August 4, 2013. TEPCO clearly intended, from the first attempt, to insert the camera inside the pedestal.
From TEPCO's Photos and Videos Library, 8/12/2013:
Temperature at (1) was 41 degrees Celsius, and temperature at (2) was 45 degrees Celsius, according to the same document. The radiation levels at those points are "under evaluation".
Click to enlarge the photos.