— Casey Neistat (@CaseyNeistat) November 28, 2017
Pay attention as this is a long story. And I hope to not piss off Casey with this…as I am a big fan of you! :)
Step One: The twitter image above shows Casey today in NYC with what could be easily assumed to be the normal GH5.
Step two: A reader named Jeremie sent me the image above with the following text:
Hi ! I’ve just spotted a strange picture of an potentially GH5s in the wild. I’ve noticed it on twitter. It’s a photo from casey Neistat, he reupload and photoshopped the picture but i’ve the original;
see below :)
Step three: Of course I was 99,9999% sure Casey did not Photoshop the image. It’s usually more likely that readers do cheat (no offense Jeremie!). Jeremies image shows a red button that the GH5 doesn’t have.
Step four: But curiosity had the better and I said to myself…maybe I can find somewhere a picture with the red button that is still online. So I went over to the helicopter company page on instagram and I found the image you can see above and here is the very strange thing. Indeed Casey’s camera has a red button! Just see the crop from this image:
Always a good time flying with @caseyneistat 😎🚁 . Live for the adventure 🇺🇸 . Grab your doors-off flight through the link in our bio! . . . . . #splendid_shotz #teamcanon#ig_dynamic #folkvibe#eclectic_shotz#weekly_feature#igglobalclub #newyorkcity #nightshooters #sky_high_architecture #theimaged #canon_photos #nationalgeographic #ig_great_shots #picture_to_keep #longexpoelite#rsa_streetview#igshotz#inspiring_photography_admired#ig_mood#fatalframes#fox5ny#beautifuldestinations#instagramnyc#topnewyorkphoto#newyork_instagram#artofvisuals#awesome_earthpix#igpowerclub #instagram
Maybe this is just a strange reflection on the button or whatever. Maybe I had too many beers tonight. But just in case…Casey don’t hate me if I am right :)