As well as being compared against other compacts, the Kodak Slice is also often compared to entry-level DSLRs, boutiques, travel zooms, ultra compacts, super zooms and digicams. The Kodak Slice's top rivals come from Canon (such as the Rebel T3i and the PowerShot SD3500 IS) and Nikon (such as the Coolpix S70 and the Coolpix S80)

compared toCompact competitors

Generally, some of the advantages of the Kodak Slice compared to other compact competitors include: it has a slightly larger screen (3.5" vs 3.0") and is thinner (0.7" vs 0.9").

However, on average it has a much narrower aperture (f/4.8 vs f/2.8), records lower quality movies (848 x 480 @ 30fps vs 720p @ 30fps), has a significantly narrower wide angle lens (35 mm vs 28 mm), doesn't record movies in 24p and doesn't have an OLED screen (LCD vs OLED).

Nikon Coolpix S70

Nikon Coolpix S70
5 months older

Significant advantages of the S70 (vs the Slice)

  • Significantly wider aperture: f/3.9 vs f/4.8
  • Significantly better wide angle: 28 mm vs 35 mm
  • Has an OLED screen: OLED vs LCD

Significant disadvantages of the S70 (vs the Slice)

  • None found

common strengths of the S70 and Slice

  • Very large screens: 3.5" vs 3.5"
  • Fairly small: Super compact 97x61x20 mm vs Super compact 104x60x17 mm
  • Good image stabilization: Lens vs Lens
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Nikon Coolpix S80

Nikon Coolpix S80
8 months newer
$338

Significant advantages of the S80 (vs the Slice)

  • Much wider aperture: f/3.6 vs f/4.8
  • Supports 24p
  • Has an OLED screen: OLED vs LCD

Significant disadvantages of the S80 (vs the Slice)

  • None found

common strengths of the S80 and Slice

  • Very large screens: 3.5" vs 3.5"
  • Fairly small: Super compact 99x63x17 mm vs Super compact 104x60x17 mm
  • Good image stabilization: Lens vs Lens
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Fujifilm FinePix Z90

Fujifilm FinePix Z90
1 year newer

Significant advantages of the Z90 (vs the Slice)

  • Significantly wider aperture: f/3.9 vs f/4.8
  • Significantly better wide angle: 28 mm vs 35 mm

Significant disadvantages of the Z90 (vs the Slice)

  • Significantly smaller screen: 3.0" vs 3.5"
  • Worse image stabilization: Digital vs Lens

common strengths of the Z90 and Slice

  • Fairly small: Super compact 95x56x20 mm vs Super compact 104x60x17 mm
  • Have touch screens
  • Thin: 0.8" vs 0.7"
arrow Compare the Fujifilm FinePix Z90 vs the Kodak Slice

Canon PowerShot SD3500 IS

Canon PowerShot SD3500 IS
similar age

Significant advantages of the SD3500 IS (vs the Slice)

  • Much wider aperture: f/2.8 vs f/4.8
  • Much better wide angle: 24 mm vs 35 mm
  • Much better macro capability: 3 cm vs 10 cm

Significant disadvantages of the SD3500 IS (vs the Slice)

  • None found

common strengths of the SD3500 IS and Slice

  • Very large screens: 3.5" vs 3.5"
  • Fairly small: Super compact 99x56x22 mm vs Super compact 104x60x17 mm
  • Good image stabilization: Lens vs Lens
arrow Compare the Canon PowerShot SD3500 IS vs the Kodak Slice

Nikon Coolpix S6100

Nikon Coolpix S6100
1 year newer

Significant advantages of the S6100 (vs the Slice)

  • Significantly wider aperture: f/3.7 vs f/4.8
  • Significantly better wide angle: 28 mm vs 35 mm
  • Much better macro capability: 3 cm vs 10 cm

Significant disadvantages of the S6100 (vs the Slice)

  • Significantly smaller screen: 3.0" vs 3.5"
  • Significantly thicker: 1" vs 0.7"

common strengths of the S6100 and Slice

  • Good image stabilization: Lens vs Lens
  • Have touch screens
arrow Compare the Nikon Coolpix S6100 vs the Kodak Slice

Canon PowerShot A3400 IS

Canon PowerShot A3400 IS
2 years newer
$90

Significant advantages of the A3400 IS (vs the Slice)

  • Much wider aperture: f/2.8 vs f/4.8
  • Significantly better wide angle: 28 mm vs 35 mm
  • Much better macro capability: 3 cm vs 10 cm

Significant disadvantages of the A3400 IS (vs the Slice)

  • Significantly smaller screen: 3.0" vs 3.5"

common strengths of the A3400 IS and Slice

  • Fairly small: Super compact 95x56x21 mm vs Super compact 104x60x17 mm
  • Good image stabilization: Lens vs Lens
  • Have touch screens
arrow Compare the Canon PowerShot A3400 IS vs the Kodak Slice

compared toEntry-level DSLR competitors

Generally, some of the advantages of the Kodak Slice compared to entry-level DSLR competitors include: it has a much larger screen (3.5" vs 3.0"), has image stabilization (lens vs none), has a touch screen, is much smaller (super compact 104x60x17 mm vs professional size 133x99x78 mm) and is thinner (0.7" vs 3.1").

However, on average it records lower quality movies (848 x 480 @ 30fps vs 1080p @ 60fps), takes much lower resolution photos (9.7 MP vs 24.2 MP), slightly lower maximum light sensitivity (3,200 ISO vs 12,800 ISO), doesn't record movies in 24p and doesn't shoot as fast continuously (3 fps vs 5 fps).

Canon Rebel T3i

Canon Rebel T3i
1 year newer
$480 - $774 (body only)
$200 - $617 18-55mm lens

Significant advantages of the T3i (vs the Slice)

  • Higher resolution movies: 1080p @ 30fps vs 848 x 480 @ 30fps
  • Much larger sensor: APS-C 22.3x14.9mm vs 1/2.3" 6.2x4.6mm
  • Has a viewfinder: Pentamirror vs None

Significant disadvantages of the T3i (vs the Slice)

  • Much smaller screen: 3.0" vs 3.5"
  • Much larger: Professional size 133x99x79 mm vs Super compact 104x60x17 mm
  • No image stabilization: None vs Lens

common strengths of the T3i and Slice

  • None found
arrow Compare the Canon Rebel T3i vs the Kodak Slice

Nikon D5300

Nikon D5300
3 years newer
$720 - $747 (body only)
$847 18-55mm lens

Significant advantages of the D5300 (vs the Slice)

  • Higher resolution movies: 1080p @ 60fps vs 848 x 480 @ 30fps
  • Much larger sensor: APS-C 23.5x15.6mm vs 1/2.3" 6.2x4.6mm
  • Has a viewfinder: Pentamirror vs None

Significant disadvantages of the D5300 (vs the Slice)

  • Much larger: Prosumer size 124x99x76 mm vs Super compact 104x60x17 mm
  • Significantly smaller screen: 3.2" vs 3.5"
  • No image stabilization: None vs Lens

common strengths of the D5300 and Slice

  • Larger than average screens: 3.2" vs 3.5"
  • Light weight: 479 g vs 158 g
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Canon Rebel T5i

Canon Rebel T5i
3 years newer
$599 (body only)
$200 - $1,148 18-55mm lens

Significant advantages of the T5i (vs the Slice)

  • Higher resolution movies: 1080p @ 30fps vs 848 x 480 @ 30fps
  • Much larger sensor: APS-C 22.3x14.9mm vs 1/2.3" 6.2x4.6mm
  • Has a viewfinder: Pentamirror vs None

Significant disadvantages of the T5i (vs the Slice)

  • Much smaller screen: 3.0" vs 3.5"
  • Much larger: Professional size 133x100x79 mm vs Super compact 104x60x17 mm
  • No image stabilization: None vs Lens

common strengths of the T5i and Slice

  • Have touch screens
arrow Compare the Canon Rebel T5i vs the Kodak Slice

Canon Rebel T4i

Canon Rebel T4i
2 years newer
$609 (body only)
$200 - $660 18-55mm lens

Significant advantages of the T4i (vs the Slice)

  • Higher resolution movies: 1080p @ 30fps vs 848 x 480 @ 30fps
  • Much larger sensor: APS-C 22.3x14.9mm vs 1/2.3" 6.2x4.6mm
  • Has a viewfinder: Pentamirror vs None

Significant disadvantages of the T4i (vs the Slice)

  • Much smaller screen: 3.0" vs 3.5"
  • Much larger: Professional size 133x99x78 mm vs Super compact 104x60x17 mm
  • No image stabilization: None vs Lens

common strengths of the T4i and Slice

  • Have touch screens
arrow Compare the Canon Rebel T4i vs the Kodak Slice

compared toBoutique competitors

Generally, some of the advantages of the Kodak Slice compared to boutique competitors include: it records higher quality movies (848 x 480 @ 30fps vs none), has a much larger screen (3.5" vs 2.0"), is much smaller (super compact 104x60x17 mm vs large 139x168x97 mm), has image stabilization (lens vs none) and has a touch screen.

However, on average it has a much narrower aperture (f/4.8 vs f/2.8), has a significantly narrower wide angle lens (35 mm vs 24 mm), has a slightly smaller sensor (1/2.3" 6.2x4.6mm vs sigma x3 21.5x14.4mm), doesn't shoot RAW and has a CCD-family sensor (CCD vs CMOS).

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1
4 years older

Significant advantages of the DSC-R1 (vs the Slice)

  • Much wider aperture: f/2.8 vs f/4.8
  • Significantly better wide angle: 24 mm vs 35 mm
  • Shoots RAW

Significant disadvantages of the DSC-R1 (vs the Slice)

  • Much smaller screen: 2.0" vs 3.5"
  • Much larger: Large 139x168x97 mm vs Super compact 104x60x17 mm
  • No image stabilization: None vs Lens

common strengths of the DSC-R1 and Slice

  • Incredible zoom: 5x vs 5x
arrow Compare the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 vs the Kodak Slice

compared toTravel zoom competitors

Generally, some of the advantages of the Kodak Slice compared to travel zoom competitors include: it has a much larger screen (3.5" vs 2.7") and has a touch screen.

However, on average it has a much narrower wide angle lens (35 mm vs 25 mm), has a much narrower aperture (f/4.8 vs f/3.2), doesn't have a built-in GPS, records lower quality movies (848 x 480 @ 30fps vs 1080p @ 24fps) and doesn't record movies in 24p.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS10

Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS10
1 year newer
$215 - $300

Significant advantages of the DMC-ZS10 (vs the Slice)

  • Much better wide angle: 24 mm vs 35 mm
  • Much wider aperture: f/3.3 vs f/4.8
  • Has a GPS

Significant disadvantages of the DMC-ZS10 (vs the Slice)

  • Much smaller screen: 3.0" vs 3.5"

common strengths of the DMC-ZS10 and Slice

  • Have touch screens
arrow Compare the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS10 vs the Kodak Slice

Nikon Coolpix S6200

Nikon Coolpix S6200
1 year newer
$131

Significant advantages of the S6200 (vs the Slice)

  • Much better wide angle: 25 mm vs 35 mm
  • Much wider aperture: f/3.2 vs f/4.8

Significant disadvantages of the S6200 (vs the Slice)

  • Much smaller screen: 2.7" vs 3.5"
  • No touch screen

common strengths of the S6200 and Slice

  • None found
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Olympus SZ10

Olympus SZ-10
1 year newer
$276

Significant advantages of the SZ10 (vs the Slice)

  • Much wider aperture: f/3.1 vs f/4.8
  • Much better wide angle: 28 mm vs 35 mm
  • Much better macro capability: 1 cm vs 10 cm

Significant disadvantages of the SZ10 (vs the Slice)

  • Much smaller screen: 3.0" vs 3.5"
  • No touch screen

common strengths of the SZ10 and Slice

  • None found
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Canon PowerShot ELPH 130 IS

Canon PowerShot ELPH 130 IS
3 years newer
$129

Significant advantages of the ELPH 130 IS (vs the Slice)

  • Much wider aperture: f/3.2 vs f/4.8
  • Much better wide angle: 28 mm vs 35 mm
  • Much better macro capability: 1 cm vs 10 cm

Significant disadvantages of the ELPH 130 IS (vs the Slice)

  • None found

common strengths of the ELPH 130 IS and Slice

  • None found
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Canon PowerShot SX260 HS

Canon PowerShot SX260 HS
2 years newer
$225 - $300

Significant advantages of the SX260 HS (vs the Slice)

  • Much better wide angle: 25 mm vs 35 mm
  • Has a GPS
  • Much wider aperture: f/3.5 vs f/4.8

Significant disadvantages of the SX260 HS (vs the Slice)

  • Much smaller screen: 3.0" vs 3.5"
  • No touch screen

common strengths of the SX260 HS and Slice

  • None found
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Panasonic Lumix ZS15

Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS15
2 years newer
$318

Significant advantages of the ZS15 (vs the Slice)

  • Much better wide angle: 24 mm vs 35 mm
  • Much wider aperture: f/3.3 vs f/4.8
  • Higher resolution movies: 1080p @ 60fps vs 848 x 480 @ 30fps

Significant disadvantages of the ZS15 (vs the Slice)

  • Much smaller screen: 3.0" vs 3.5"
  • No touch screen

common strengths of the ZS15 and Slice

  • None found
arrow Compare the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS15 vs the Kodak Slice

compared toUltra compact competitors

Generally, some of the advantages of the Kodak Slice compared to ultra compact competitors include: it has a significantly larger screen (3.5" vs 3.0") and has a touch screen.

However, on average it has a much narrower aperture (f/4.8 vs f/2.6), records lower quality movies (848 x 480 @ 30fps vs 1080p @ 30fps), has a significantly narrower wide angle lens (35 mm vs 26 mm), slightly lower maximum light sensitivity (3,200 ISO vs 12,800 ISO) and doesn't shoot as fast continuously (3 fps vs 10 fps).

Sony Cybershot DSC-WX30

Sony Cybershot DSC-WX30
1 year newer

Significant advantages of the DSC-WX30 (vs the Slice)

  • Much wider aperture: f/2.6 vs f/4.8
  • Much better wide angle: 25 mm vs 35 mm
  • Higher resolution movies: 1080p @ 30fps vs 848 x 480 @ 30fps

Significant disadvantages of the DSC-WX30 (vs the Slice)

  • Significantly smaller screen: 3.0" vs 3.5"

common strengths of the DSC-WX30 and Slice

  • Each has a built-in flash
  • Larger than average screens: 3.0" vs 3.5"
  • Very good image stabilization: Lens vs Lens
arrow Compare the Sony Cybershot DSC-WX30 vs the Kodak Slice

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T900

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T900
10 months older

Significant advantages of the DSC-T900 (vs the Slice)

  • Much wider aperture: f/3.5 vs f/4.8

Significant disadvantages of the DSC-T900 (vs the Slice)

  • No touch screen

common strengths of the DSC-T900 and Slice

  • Each has a built-in flash
  • Very large screens: 3.5" vs 3.5"
  • Very good image stabilization: Lens vs Lens
arrow Compare the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T900 vs the Kodak Slice

Sony Cyber-shot WX50

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX50
2 years newer
$199

Significant advantages of the WX50 (vs the Slice)

  • Much wider aperture: f/2.6 vs f/4.8
  • Much better wide angle: 25 mm vs 35 mm
  • Higher resolution movies: 1080p @ 60fps vs 848 x 480 @ 30fps

Significant disadvantages of the WX50 (vs the Slice)

  • Much smaller screen: 2.7" vs 3.5"
  • No touch screen

common strengths of the WX50 and Slice

  • Each has a built-in flash
  • Very good image stabilization: Lens vs Lens
  • Thin: 0.7" vs 0.7"
arrow Compare the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX50 vs the Kodak Slice

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX30

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX30
3 years newer
$198 - $298

Significant advantages of the DSC-TX30 (vs the Slice)

  • Much wider aperture: f/3.5 vs f/4.8
  • Much better wide angle: 26 mm vs 35 mm
  • Higher resolution movies: 1080p @ 60fps vs 848 x 480 @ 30fps

Significant disadvantages of the DSC-TX30 (vs the Slice)

  • None found

common strengths of the DSC-TX30 and Slice

  • Each has a built-in flash
  • Very large screens: 3.3" vs 3.5"
  • Very good image stabilization: Lens vs Lens
arrow Compare the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX30 vs the Kodak Slice

compared toSuper zoom competitors

Generally, some of the advantages of the Kodak Slice compared to super zoom competitors include: it has a significantly larger screen (3.5" vs 3.0"), is significantly smaller (super compact 104x60x17 mm vs prosumer size 118x85x97 mm), has a touch screen, is thinner (0.7" vs 3.8") and is significantly lighter (158 g vs 550 g).

However, on average it has a much narrower aperture (f/4.8 vs f/2.9), has much less zoom (5x vs 52x), records lower quality movies (848 x 480 @ 30fps vs 1080p @ 60fps), has a much narrower wide angle lens (35 mm vs 24 mm) and doesn't record high-speed movies (none vs 120 fps).

Nikon Coolpix P520

Nikon Coolpix P520
3 years newer
$327 - $347

Significant advantages of the P520 (vs the Slice)

  • Much wider aperture: f/3.0 vs f/4.8
  • Much better wide angle: 24 mm vs 35 mm
  • Significantly more zoom: 41.7x vs 5x

Significant disadvantages of the P520 (vs the Slice)

  • Much larger: Professional size 125x84x102 mm vs Super compact 104x60x17 mm
  • No touch screen
  • Significantly smaller screen: 3.2" vs 3.5"

common strengths of the P520 and Slice

  • Larger than average screens: 3.2" vs 3.5"
arrow Compare the Nikon Coolpix P520 vs the Kodak Slice

Kodak PixPro AZ521

Kodak PixPro AZ521
3 years newer
$220

Significant advantages of the AZ521 (vs the Slice)

  • Much wider aperture: f/2.9 vs f/4.8
  • Much more zoom: 52x vs 5x
  • Much better wide angle: 24 mm vs 35 mm

Significant disadvantages of the AZ521 (vs the Slice)

  • Much smaller screen: 3.0" vs 3.5"
  • Much larger: Prosumer size 118x85x97 mm vs Super compact 104x60x17 mm
  • No touch screen

common strengths of the AZ521 and Slice

  • None found
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Kodak PixPro AZ361

Kodak PixPro AZ361
3 years newer
$179

Significant advantages of the AZ361 (vs the Slice)

  • Much wider aperture: f/2.9 vs f/4.8
  • Much better wide angle: 24 mm vs 35 mm
  • Significantly more zoom: 36x vs 5x

Significant disadvantages of the AZ361 (vs the Slice)

  • Much smaller screen: 3.0" vs 3.5"
  • No touch screen
  • Significantly larger: Prosumer size 112x81x76 mm vs Super compact 104x60x17 mm

common strengths of the AZ361 and Slice

  • Fairly small: Prosumer size 112x81x76 mm vs Super compact 104x60x17 mm
  • Thin: 3" vs 0.7"
  • Light weight: 416 g vs 158 g
arrow Compare the PixPro AZ361 vs the Slice

compared toDigicam competitors

Generally, some of the advantages of the Kodak Slice compared to digicam competitors include: it has a much larger screen (3.5" vs 3.0"), has better image stabilization (lens vs sensor shift) and has a touch screen.

However, on average it has a much narrower aperture (f/4.8 vs f/3.0), records lower quality movies (848 x 480 @ 30fps vs 720p @ 30fps), has a much narrower wide angle lens (35 mm vs 28 mm), lacks a built in panoramas and doesn't take 3D photos.

Olympus SZ-11

Olympus SZ-11
1 year newer

Significant advantages of the SZ-11 (vs the Slice)

  • Much wider aperture: f/3.0 vs f/4.8
  • Much better wide angle: 28 mm vs 35 mm
  • Takes 3D photos

Significant disadvantages of the SZ-11 (vs the Slice)

  • Much smaller screen: 3.0" vs 3.5"
  • No touch screen

common strengths of the SZ-11 and Slice

  • None found
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