Truck is a King Kong RC CA-10. Stock drive axle was replaced a long time ago with a LESU 1/14 semi truck axle after I broke the diff a second time. Power comes from a Castle Creations 5700kV 4-pole 540-sized brushless motor running in SmartSense mode off a Castle Mamba Micro X Crawler Edition. ~32.1 gear reduction between rotor and rear tires, open diff. Truck weighs something like 12-15 pounds(Need to put it on a scale to find out for sure) and really doesn't care much about a little mud. Just powers on through!
Video gear? My first foray into FPV was a $20 800tvl camera/600mW VTx combo from Amazon and a $25 receiver. I now have a set of Eachine EV800d goggles, which is how I DVR'd this. Camera is rigidly mounted to the seat roughly where the driver's head would otherwise be. Using RCHP cloverleaf antenna on the truck, with everything safely tucked away inside the cab, while the gogs use the round omni and patch that EV800d gogs come with. I'm taking power right off the truck's ESC to run the camera and VTx, which is pretty much a direct line to the two 2s 5000mAh 50c hardcase lipos under the bed, which I have parallel'd up for increased current/capacity rather than for increase voltage.
Truck's super fun to drive, especially FPV, and it's my test bed/learning platform for FPV. I'm quite impressed with the video quality of a cheap(Effectively $10) 1/3 inch boardcam!
Oh, and FOV is ~120º. I can't stand fisheyed picture so I'm never going to run anything more than 130, maayyyyybe 140, in any of my FPV'd rigs.