Question about Cameras
This feature and the flashing white areas are just information to you on how your exposure settings are working for that shot. You can then examine the histogram and make adjustments to your exposure setting to compensate if you want. There is nothing wrong with your camera. The feature is not a warning or fault, its information for you to use.
The flashing white points are just the 'hotest' or 'highlight' areas of your image. You can adjust these later in camera or in your program on your computer.
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