NO. But Tanky comes with a roof rack mount that will allow you to attach a GoPro Session, a Polaroid Cube, or a Mobius camera to the top with ease.
The Theory behind FPV cameras: The FPV camera is a specialized, extremely low latency and low light CCD camera. There are two types of image sensors CCD and CMOS. CMOS image sensors are commonly used in HD cameras, like GoPro, smartphone cameras, and professional photography cameras. CCD sensors, on the other hand, are used in more specialized applications, like scientific microscopes and low light security applications. CMOS sensors are inexpensive, high resolution, and provide really high image quality, but they have higher latency and suffer from the rolling shutter effect. CCD sensors, by contrast, have global shutter, extremely low latency, and are able to see in low light situations.
For FPV you need a camera with zero or near zero latency. The CCD camera on Tanky has near zero (too short to measure) latency and sends the image to the video transmitter nearly instantaneously. By contrast, a GoPro Hero 3 Silver has 110ms of latency. That doesn't sound like a lot, just over a 10th of a second, but keep in mind that at top speed Tanky can travel 15 feet in that 10th of a second! That's why Tanky, like all other fast FPV drones, uses a dedicated, high speed FPV camera.
The FPV camera on Tanky is also very light sensitive. You can't fly at night with it, but you can fly at dusk, and at dawn.