Overall good job. Fantastic lumbar control. Your wrists are nice and flat and I’m confident you’re using a thumbless grip. You do a great job at maintaining the back angle out of the hole and don’t lead with the chest. You’re hitting depth on each rep without dropping too deep, which would only remove tension from the hamstrings.
Now what can be improved:
For starters, your form check angle. Squat form checks are best done from a side rear angle.
You have a bit of a knee slide issue that tends to improve as the set goes on. I have the same problem.
You are also squatting on your toes. This I believe is the root of your problem. Watch what your feet do as you initiate each rep. This may be an issue with your shoes. Have you ever considered a squat shoe with a raised heel?