With macro focus down to 1cm, you can easily get up close and personal with a subject.
Macro focus working well again, this time backed up by good colour saturation and exposure metering.
Colours are nice and vibrant again.
In the field (literally) this shot looked washed out, but the Canon IXUS 140 has actually retained good highlight and shadow detail from this high-contrast scene.
Chromatic aberration (purple fringing) is quite well controlled here, and there's a good amount of fine detail resolved too, albeit at ISO 200 sensitivity.
Again detail is in abundance, though a little softer towards the corners of frame.
This scene had horrible lighting conditions and looked like a complete silhouette at the time, but the camera has managed to preserve some foreground shadow detail.
There's plenty of detail in this shot, but chromatic aberration is an issue if you feel like pixel peeping in the high-contrast areas.
Despite the tiny sensor, zoom in this tight and there's even some attractive background bokeh blur to be had.
Lens set to its widest 28mm equivalent focal length...
...and zoomed in to maximum reach (224mm equivalent).
This shot taken at ISO 1600 sensitivity shows the level of grain across the shot and colour speckling creeping in to the shadow areas. Consequently fine detail has been smeared.