In our view, the Konica Z-Up series are some of the most underrated point-and-shoot 35mm cameras out there. The Z-Up 60 is one of the more simple models in the range but it still features a nice lens (35-60mm). Some might prefer that it uses two AA batteries (not included) for power instead of a lithium cell. As for features, it offers: a handy 'force infinity focus' mode; a macro focusing mode; and a self-timer. It unfortunately doesn't have a flash cancel mode.
Condition notes The camera was tested with a battery and film installed and performed well (the film was not developed). We verified the film plane focus accuracy on an autocollimator. The camera's cosmetic condition is very good as well with only minor wear on the body. It's fairly easy to accidentally open the battery door on this camera; I believe this is more a minor design flaw than an issue with this particular example as I've had a couple other Z-up 60s and they were the same.