When I review shots on my 5D mk11, the extreme white areas flip between black and white. The flip is about 1s interval. What is the cause & how do rectify this?
Model: 5d MK 11
Updated firmware. Tried different memory card
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I think you have the highlight alert system on as it is just alerting you to highlighted areas in your scene on the LCD correct?
Take a like here: http://www.dcresource.com/reviews/canon/eos_5d_mk2-review/using
In the menu under the 4th tab (2nd blue playback tab), make sure that the Highlight alert (on/off) - shows clipped highlights is off that should turn off your flipping white areas that are showing extremely bright areas in your photos
Let me know if this solves your problem
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Hi Jasper,I see that you have accepted my answer and just wanted to followup to make sure that my solution answered your question,Dan
Thanks for the resonse. It was spot-on, problem resolved. Guess I need to study the book a bit more!
Best of luck, it's a nice camera that takes a lot of time to master. Glad I could help.