Other clips show Israeli troops moving through the streets of Gaza, opening fire in narrow alleys and from high buildings.
A shooting even appears to have taken place in a school classroom.
According to the IDF, the unit located and struck some 70 Hamas targets during the ground offensive, including observation posts, missile launch sites and terrorist cells.
IDF Maglan troops, along with other Commando Brigade forces, found weapons at the home of a Hamas member and attacked a school next to which two tunnel shafts were discovered.
Maglan is an IDF unit specializing in operations behind enemy lines and deep in enemy territory.
Although fighting continues in Gaza, it could soon end as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said a truce could be quickly reached with Hamas.
A deal could lead to the release of 50 Israeli hostages and a suspension of fighting, sources said.
Mr Netanyahu said: “We are making progress. I don’t think it’s worth saying too much, not even at the moment, but I hope there will be some good news soon.”
Ismail Haniyeh, Hamas’s top political leader, also indicated that a truce was near.
He said: “We are close to reaching an agreement on a truce. »
Mr. Netanyahu announced that a series of government meetings would take place on Tuesday evening “in light of developments on the issue of the release of our hostages.”
Israel is expected to approve a truce.