The Kodak Slice is mostly gets compared to entry-level DSLRs. The Kodak Slice's top rivals come from Canon (such as the Rebel T4i)

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"), has image stabilization (lens vs none), is much smaller (super compact (104×60×17 mm) vs professional size (133×100×79 mm)), is significantly less expensive ($221.99 vs $669.00) and is thinner (0.7" vs 3.1").

However, on average it records lower quality movies (848 x 480 @ 30fps vs 1080p @ 30fps), takes much lower resolution photos (9.7 MP vs 17.9 MP), doesn't record movies in 24p, doesn't shoot as fast continuously (3 fps vs 5 fps) and doesn't have a screen which flips out.

Canon Rebel T4i

Canon Rebel T4i
2 years newer
$699 (body only)
$669 18-55mm lens

Significant advantages of the T4i (vs the Slice)

  • Higher resolution movies: 1080p @ 30fps vs 848 x 480 @ 30fps
  • Has a viewfinder: Pentamirror vs None
  • Supports 24p

Significant disadvantages of the T4i (vs the Slice)

  • Much smaller screen: 3" vs 3.5"
  • No image stabilization: None vs
    1. Lens
  • Much thicker: 3.1" vs 0.7"

common strengths of the T4i and Slice

  • Have touch screens