Kodak Easyshare Z990 MAX vs Nikon Coolpix L810

Winner
Kodak Easyshare Z990 MAX

48

Nikon Coolpix L810

43

Runner-up

Reasons to buy the Kodak Easyshare Z990 MAX

CMOS Sensor
Sensor type
Better in low light
Great viewfinder
Viewfinder
Digital
Image stabilization
Image stabilization
  1. Lens
 

Reasons to buy the Nikon Coolpix L810

Screen resolution
High resolution screen
921k dots
Image stabilization
Image stabilization
  1. Lens

galleries

Explore our gallery of 44 sample photos taken by the Kodak Easyshare Z990 MAX.
Explore our gallery of 50 sample photos taken by the Nikon Coolpix L810.

competitors

Kodak Easyshare Z990 MAX Competitors

Samsung WB100

Samsung WB100

Super zoom

$386

Wide angle Significantly better wide angle
Size Smaller
Sensor type Has a CCD-family sensor
Kodak EasyShare Z981

Kodak EasyShare Z981

Super zoom

Wide angle Better wide angle
Weight Slightly lighter
Sensor type Has a CCD-family sensor
Sony Alpha A6000

Sony Alpha A6000

Mirrorless interchangeable-lens

$450 - $498 body only

$579 - $598 with 16-50mm lens

Supports 24p Supports 24p
True resolution Much higher true resolution

Nikon Coolpix L810 Competitors

Nikon Coolpix L330

Nikon Coolpix L330

Super zoom

$226

Wide angle Much better wide angle
Battery life Longer battery life
Image stabilization No image stabilization
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX400V

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX400V

Super zoom

$398 - $448

Zoom Significantly more zoom
Sensor type Has a CMOS-family sensor
Size Larger
Nikon Coolpix L340

Nikon Coolpix L340

Super zoom

$152 - $171

Wide angle Much better wide angle
Battery life Much longer battery life
Image stabilization No image stabilization

discussion

Kodak Easyshare Z990 MAX
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Digger 21209 (1:01 PM, October 27, 2012)
meh - never mind - it DOES mention the viewfinder. But I'll mention it again as a reason to buy this camera! :o)
 
Digger 21209 (1:00 PM, October 27, 2012)
One strength not mentioned in the above comparison is an OPTICAL VIEWFINDER on the Kodak. You have the option of using the digital viewfinder instead of the LED for lower battery use, less light throw off the screen, and easier use in bright light.
Nikon (as well as many other high zoom point and shoots) don't even offer this as a feature.