Flash wears when it is written, so editing from it, which is mainly a read operation, won't bother it.
Using it as camera recording media is harsher, because it will frequently be rewritten completely and almost to capacity. Basic types will tolerate hundreds of terabytes of writes before starting to show problems. Some of them advertise numbers indicating that they could be refilled daily for eight to ten years before hitting their MTBF.
Now, that's a mean time between failure, which can be very mean indeed, and LTO tape exists for a reason. It's not hard to find horror stories, because early types were not this good, and many of those are starting to hit their end-of-life more or less now. There were also specific issues of performance falloff with fragmentation that were specific to early SSDs. But no, in general, there is no problem with using flash for most applications.