You can find a link where you can buy a complete set below, and if you want a recommendation for an upgrade-path to a better FPV setup: upgrade Radio first, upgrade goggles later, as the remote is ok to try it out, but will hold you back later
My first real drone was a DJI Spark, which I originally bought simply with the intention to pep up the videos on my YouTube Channel a bit with some aerial b-roll. The drone videos however, quickly took over a huge part of my channel, and my interest in drones was sparked.
While I loved the Spark, it had some shortcomings as well - for example the lack of flat color profile, and only a two axis gimba. When the Mavic Air got announced I got excited enough to pre-order one, and once I arrived I fell in love with it - and I believe some of the videos I've shot on it clearly show that.
Until today, this is my personal go-to drone for everything where i need a stable camera platform, and you'll every now and then see video or pictures taken with it on my YT or instagram accounts!
My first self build kwad. Well, first and a half? I originally build a Tyro79 Kit, but I really wanted a HD recording cam on it, so I added a Caddx Turtle V2 camera.. that however meant I did run out of space, so I had to tape the vtx to the outside of the kwad, which I really didn't like, so I had a look around for a 3" frame that looked promising, and ended up buying an Acrobot 163, which is a shameless China-Copy of Ummagawds Acrobrat. Now you can think about China-Copies what you want, this one has worked quite well for me since, and this, so far has been one of my most reliable kwad.
While building the Tyro79 I already had my eyes on a GEPRC Cygnus, but I really didn't want to buy a ready build one, so I picked some parts that seemed to make sense to me for building a small and lightweight kwad, and started having a go
Now, I'm not totally happy with it, as I wish it had just a tiny bit more space on the inside, but this one is flying a lot nicer than my first project - probably due to the lighter weight, and better motors.
At some point I decided to build a 5" Kwad, as that seems the most common size, and after looking around I decided to get a HSKRC Freestyle 250 frame, which to some extend is a china clone of ummagawds Remix frame, however it comes with a few differences.
My first toothpick style kwad.. made out of pieces meant for 4 different machines. The motors are the original mobula 7 hd motors with an extremly high kv of 10000, the AIO board is a later version which was meant for some toothpick, it has a runcam nano for camera, uses the orginal mobula 7 hd vtx, and uses cable extensions from the fullspeed tiny-leader