I noticed that transcoding tool is recommended to use with Phantom flight recordings made in LOG mode. When I record my videos in that mode they look overexposed, so I really want to add negative expocorrection most of the time. Not only the image looks overexposed, but it is shown as overexposed (zebra strips) in the app. But as I make the adjustment during a flight, the final video when run through the transcoding tool appears underexposed. Means the tool disregards my adjustment as if I had not made it and does what it would do on the non-adjusted material. As an experienced (over 7 years) DSLR user I know that precise exposition at the shot time is crucial for end result, because yes, you can recover certain information from overexposed areas but that amount is very limited even in my full frame camera, not to mention the tiny compact Phantom 3 one. So that makes me wonder, why does Phantom 3 automatically overexpose videos in LOG mode and try to fix it at transcoding time and is it really any better than shooting with precise exposition? I really like the idea of shooting videos in some equivalent of raw mode, but then it looks like I have no control over the camera, because what I see in the app (overexposed image) is not what I get (after transcoding tool), so I have no idea if my interruption may be useful.