Right on the heels of my awesome flea market finds (the Konica Big Mini HG and the Olympus T-20 flash) comes the Konica U-Mini. Found for under $5, this 35mm pocket point-n-shoot sports a 28mm fixed focus wide angle plastic lens that shoots at either f/6.7 or f/6.8 - I'm not sure which one. It also has two shutter speeds, 1/60sec and 1sec, a DX type auto ISO system with auto selections between 100iso, 200iso, and 400iso, auto film advance and rewind, auto flash with red eye, a tiny little LCD film counter, and a built-in lens cover that doubles as the power switch. This camera is also powered by a CR123 3volt battery which will be shared between my other Konica cameras.
The Konica U-Mini reminds me of the Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim with its all plastic design. Although not as wide as the Vivitar UWS's 22mm lens, I expect this 28mm lens to give me close to the same results. The camera arrived in mint condition with only a bit of dust on the lens surface which I wiped clean immediately. I'll be loading this camera up with a roll of film soon to test its worthiness as a Lomo camera.