The Konica Z-Up 60e is a simple ultra-compact 35mm zoom point-and-shoot that was part of the company's early 2000s lineup.
Here's Konica original description:
Fully featured: Treat the Z-up 60e as a simple point-and-shot camera if you wish. It’ll even load up and rewind the film for you. Or use the many features to take full advantage of its versatility. Self-timer, Red-eye reduction, Night-view portrait, Close-up, Long-distance, Auto Flash as well as Flash On and Flash Off – it’s remarkable how much is packed in to that slim, compact case.
The Snap shooter: One ingenious option is Snap mode (note this is the 'group of people' icon). This sets the lens at 35mm so that everything between 1.5 and 5 metres is pin sharp. In Snap mode you can trust someone else to take a picture of you, knowing it will be perfectly focused. In Snap mode the flash is always fired, so you don’t have to worry about shooting against the light or filling in inconvenient shadows.
This camera requires a CR2 lithium battery (available as an option).
Condition notes The camera was tested with a battery and film installed and performed well (the film was not developed). We verified the camera's focus accuracy on an autocollimator. The camera's body does show some minor cosmetic wear (see photos). The original case is included.
Type: Auto-focus auto-exposure 35mm lens-shutter camera with built-in zoom lens
Format: 24 x 36 mm
Lens: Konica zoom lens f=35mm F5.6 - f=62mm F10 (5 elements in 5 groups)
Focusing: Active infrared automatic focusing with focus lock