As its getting colder here in the northern hemisphere, and the nights are much longer its getting a bit harder to get your daily dose of FPV after work! So the one option is to attach a new night FPV camera to your quad like the runcam eagle owl, but that still involves freezing your fingers, and if its raining then I guess you are stuck. Fortunately there are plenty of brushed nano FPV quadcopters turning up all over the place allowing you to fly FPV just about anywhere. In this article I have looked at a bunch of them and suggest the best ones you should consider!
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://blog.dronetrest.com/the-best-indoor-micro-fpv-quadcopters-this-winter-2/