The Nikon Zoom Touch 800 (aka TW Zoom 105) is one of the most ambitious point-and-shoots ever made. It was Nikon's top-of-the-line point-and-shoot in the early 90s and it features an excellent lens (made with exotic extra-low dispersion elements) and a extremely long list of features (see manual). The trade off is that it's a pretty large camera for a point-and-shoot (6.0 x 3.2 x 3.0"). But it you don't mind the size, it's a wonderful camera that can give you SLR-like quality results.
This camera requires a CRP2 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 film plane focus accuracy and lens sharpness on an autocollimator (we don't have the instruments to measure objective sharpness but subjectively it's one of the sharpest point-and-shoot zooms we've ever tested). It's in very good cosmetic condition (see photos).