EDIT: thanks to "rick snagwell", I got the plists. Will keep you posted. Original message: Hi guys, you may recall that I've authored several iOS camera enhancers (the latest, iOS6 + iPhone5-specific one one is at http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1538193 ) You may also know the 5s has some new camera features that MIGHT be also made available on earlier / lower-cost models like the 4S/5/5s. While I in no way think the 720p120 mode is achievable with an inherently slower / lower-spec'd (camera) hardware, I still hope the excellent automatic exposure compensation panorama mode, in some way, can also be made available on these devices. After all, there have always been a lot of things that could be backported to legacy iOS devices from new models; for example, XGA/720p screen mirroring over the VGA /HDMI adapters (respectively) in A4 devices. If you don't know what you're missing by not having variable exposure, check out http://www.dpreview.com/news/2013/09/24/editorial-why-i-can-t-stop-taking-apple-iphone-5s-panoramas On the iPhone 5, I've already found some promising entries in /System/Library/Frameworks/MediaToolbox.framework/N42/CameraSetup.plist. For example, in CameraSetup.plist, the entries under TuningParameters>PortTypeBack>0x0149: panoramaAEIntegrationTimeForUnityGainToMinGainTransition panoramaMaxIntegrationTime are pretty interesting, auto exposure in panorama mode-wise. (Note: I've made available the zip'ed N42 directory at https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/81986513/122013/14UIwebView/N42.zip - feel free to check it out, should you want to take a look at it. Again, it's iPhone 5 only.) Could anyone post a full ZIP'ed /System/Library/Frameworks/MediaToolbox.framework/N42/ directory from the 5s? If there's no "N42" subdirectroy at the given path, there will be something NXX still, where XX stands for a two-digit number. (You could zip up the entire parent, that is, /System/Library/Frameworks/MediaToolbox.framework/ too if you don't find the directory - it doesn't have any sensitive info specific to your iPhone.) I'd need it so that I can compare it to that of the iPhone 5 to find out whether it's possible to enable some of the 5s-only camera features on other devices. By having the 5s plists, tweaking could be much faster as I wouldn't need to start with random values.