Quick format just marks the partition as “formatted” and destroys the journal that keeps tracks of the files and their locations on hard drive.
Full format will clear files completely from the partition, rebuild the file system, volume label, and cluster size, and scans partition for logical bad sectors; that’s why full format is slower than quick format. Wyze devices must always use the FAT32 format.
The video speaks to that and recommends Quick Format for SD Cards.
Yes, the Quick format is good for most purposes and will not wear down the card by erase and writing to each cell. It is only necessary to do a Full format when you are experiencing lockups due to bad cells. The Full format will map out those bad portions.
Here is another good video. * Preferable to use High Endurance cards in your device.
Link for info on HE Cards High Endurance Cards