Kodak Easyshare Z990 MAX vs Nikon Coolpix L810

Winner
Kodak Easyshare Z990 MAX

50

Nikon Coolpix L810

46

Runner-up

Reasons to buy the Kodak Easyshare Z990 MAX

CMOS Sensor
Sensor type
Better in low light
In-camera HDR
HDR
Combines multiple exposures
Shoots RAW
Supports RAW
Better editing
Great viewfinder
Viewfinder
Digital
 

Reasons to buy the Nikon Coolpix L810

Screen resolution
High resolution screen
921k dots
3D
Takes 3D photos
View photos in 3D on 3D televisions
Image stabilization
Image stabilization
  1. Lens
Panorama
In-camera panoramas
Stitches together multiple photos into a panorama

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

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ300

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ300

Super zoom

$498

Movie format Higher resolution movies
Screen resolution Significantly higher resolution screen
Size Larger
Canon PowerShot SX400 IS

Canon PowerShot SX400 IS

Super zoom

$250

Wide angle Significantly better wide angle
Size Smaller
Aperture Narrower aperture
Canon Rebel T3i

Canon Rebel T3i

Entry-level DSLR

$499 body only

$759 with 18-55mm lens

Screen resolution Significantly higher resolution screen
Supports 24p Supports 24p
Image stabilization No image stabilization

Nikon Coolpix L810 Competitors

Nikon Coolpix B500

Nikon Coolpix B500

Super zoom

$219 - $257

Battery life Much longer battery life
Zoom More zoom
Size Larger
Nikon Coolpix L340

Nikon Coolpix L340

Super zoom

$180

Wide angle Much better wide angle
Battery life Much longer battery life
Image stabilization No image stabilization
Nikon Coolpix L830

Nikon Coolpix L830

Super zoom

$230

High-speed framerate Records high-speed movies
Sensor type Has a CMOS-family sensor
Size Slightly larger

discussion

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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.