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Kodak M580 vs Nikon P7700

Portability
90
Imaging
37
Features
33
Overall
35
Kodak EasyShare M580 front
 
Nikon Coolpix P7700 front
Portability
82
Imaging
37
Features
70
Overall
50

Kodak M580 vs Nikon P7700 Key Specs

Kodak M580
(Full Review)
  • 14MP - 1/2.3" Sensor
  • 3" Fixed Display
  • ISO 80 - 1600
  • Optical Image Stabilization
  • 1280 x 720 video
  • 28-224mm (F) lens
  • 150g - 101 x 59 x 56mm
  • Released July 2009
Nikon P7700
(Full Review)
  • 12MP - 1/1.7" Sensor
  • 3" Fully Articulated Display
  • ISO 80 - 1600 (Raise to 6400)
  • Optical Image Stabilization
  • 1920 x 1080 video
  • 28-200mm (F2.0-4.0) lens
  • 392g - 119 x 73 x 50mm
  • Launched May 2013
  • Superseded the Nikon P7100
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Kodak M580 vs Nikon P7700 Overview

Below, we are analyzing the Kodak M580 vs Nikon P7700, both Small Sensor Compact digital cameras by brands Kodak and Nikon. The resolution of the M580 (14MP) and the P7700 (12MP) is fairly similar but the M580 (1/2.3") and P7700 (1/1.7") come with different sensor sizing.

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The M580 was announced 4 years before the P7700 which is quite a significant difference as far as technology is concerned. Both the cameras come with the identical body type (Compact).

Before delving straight into a comprehensive comparison, below is a brief overview of how the M580 scores versus the P7700 when considering portability, imaging, features and an overall mark.

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Reasons to pick Kodak M580 over the Nikon P7700

 M580 P7700 

Reasons to pick Nikon P7700 over the Kodak M580

 P7700 M580 
LaunchedMay 2013July 2009Newer by 46 months
Manually focus Very exact focus
Display typeFully ArticulatedFixed Fully Articulating display
Display resolution921k230kCrisper display (+691k dot)
Selfie screen Easy selfies

Common features in the Kodak M580 and Nikon P7700

 M580 P7700 
Display dimension3"3"Identical display measurement
Touch friendly display Neither contains Touch friendly display

Kodak M580 vs Nikon P7700 Physical Comparison

If you're planning to travel with your camera often, you should take into account its weight and proportions. The Kodak M580 has got outside measurements of 101mm x 59mm x 56mm (4.0" x 2.3" x 2.2") and a weight of 150 grams (0.33 lbs) while the Nikon P7700 has measurements of 119mm x 73mm x 50mm (4.7" x 2.9" x 2.0") and a weight of 392 grams (0.86 lbs).

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Don't forget, the weight of an ILC will vary based on the lens you use at that moment. Here is the front view overall size comparison of the M580 vs the P7700.

Kodak M580 vs Nikon P7700 size comparison

Looking at dimensions and weight, the portability grade of the M580 and P7700 is 90 and 82 respectively.

Kodak M580 vs Nikon P7700 top view buttons comparison

Kodak M580 vs Nikon P7700 Sensor Comparison

More often than not, its difficult to visualize the difference between sensor dimensions purely by reviewing a spec sheet. The image here might give you a better sense of the sensor measurements in the M580 and P7700.

As you can see, each of these cameras posses different megapixel count and different sensor dimensions. The M580 having a tinier sensor is going to make achieving shallower depth of field tougher and the Kodak M580 will deliver more detail with its extra 2 Megapixels. Greater resolution will also make it easier to crop images somewhat more aggressively. The more aged M580 is going to be behind when it comes to sensor technology.

Kodak M580 vs Nikon P7700 sensor size comparison

Kodak M580 vs Nikon P7700 Screen and ViewFinder

Kodak M580 vs Nikon P7700 Screen and Viewfinder comparison
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Photography Type Scores

Portrait Comparison

Kodak M580 Portrait photography information
Nikon P7700 Portrait photography information
28
decent MP (14 megapixels)
manual focus not available
no manual mode
external flash not possible
sensor is very small (1/2.3")
lack of RAW files
46
has manual focus
includes face detection focus
delivers RAW formats
megapixel count low (12MP)
sensor is small (1/1.7")
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Street Comparison

Kodak M580 Street photography features
Nikon P7700 Street photography features
55
has image stabilization (Optical)
no articulating screen
sensor is very small (1/2.3")
lack of RAW files
64
screen articulates
built in image stabilization (Optical)
delivers RAW formats
sensor is small (1/1.7")
more heavy than competition in class (392g)
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Sports Comparison

Kodak M580 Sports photography information
Nikon P7700 Sports photography information
35
has image stabilization (Optical)
decent MP (14MP)
low maximum shutter speed (1/1,400 seconds)
lack of shutter priority mode
sensor is very small (1/2.3")
lack of phase detect autofocus
43
built in image stabilization (Optical)
includes tracking autofocus
great battery life (330 shots)
megapixel count low (12 megapixels)
sensor is small (1/1.7")
lacks phase detect auto focus
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Travel Comparison

Travel photography with Kodak M580
Travel photography with Nikon P7700
70
decent MP (14 megapixels)
built-in flash
really wide (28mm)
great max aperture (f)
missing Time Lapse recording
doesn't have a selfie friendly screen
65
great battery life (330 CIPA)
built-in flash
display is selfie friendly
fairly wide (28mm)
great maximum aperture (f2.0)
doesn't have Timelapse recording
more heavy than competition in class (392g)
megapixel count low (12MP)
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Landscape Comparison

Landscape photography with Kodak M580
Landscape photography with Nikon P7700
46
really wide (28mm)
great max aperture (f)
screen size is decent (3")
has image stabilization (Optical)
decent MP (14MP)
manual focus not available
fixed lens (fixed lens mount)
no manual mode
sensor is very small (1/2.3")
lack of RAW files
missing Time Lapse recording
54
has manual focus
fairly wide (28mm)
great maximum aperture (f2.0)
screen size is good (3 inch)
built in image stabilization (Optical)
delivers RAW formats
great battery life (330 shots)
lens is fixed (fixed lens mount)
megapixel count low (12 megapixels)
sensor is small (1/1.7")
doesn't have Timelapse recording
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Vlogging Comparison

Vlogging with Kodak M580
Vlogging with Nikon P7700
31
really wide (28mm)
great max aperture (f)
has image stabilization (Optical)
doesn't have a selfie friendly screen
video resolution low (1280 x 720 pxls)
missing mic support
75
fairly wide (28mm)
great maximum aperture (f2.0)
display is selfie friendly
built in image stabilization (Optical)
includes face detection focus
good video quality (1920 x 1080 pixels)
has external microphone support
more heavy than competition in class (392 grams)
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Kodak M580 vs Nikon P7700 Specifications

Detailed spec comparison table for Kodak M580 and Nikon P7700
 Kodak EasyShare M580Nikon Coolpix P7700
General Information
Brand Kodak Nikon
Model type Kodak EasyShare M580 Nikon Coolpix P7700
Type Small Sensor Compact Small Sensor Compact
Released 2009-07-29 2013-05-28
Physical type Compact Compact
Sensor Information
Sensor type CCD CMOS
Sensor size 1/2.3" 1/1.7"
Sensor measurements 6.17 x 4.55mm 7.44 x 5.58mm
Sensor surface area 28.1mm² 41.5mm²
Sensor resolution 14 megapixels 12 megapixels
Anti alias filter
Aspect ratio 4:3, 3:2 and 16:9 -
Highest Possible resolution 4288 x 3216 4000 x 3000
Maximum native ISO 1600 1600
Maximum enhanced ISO - 6400
Minimum native ISO 80 80
RAW support
Autofocusing
Manual focusing
Touch to focus
Continuous autofocus
Autofocus single
Autofocus tracking
Selective autofocus
Center weighted autofocus
Autofocus multi area
Autofocus live view
Face detect autofocus
Contract detect autofocus
Phase detect autofocus
Total focus points - 99
Lens
Lens mount type fixed lens fixed lens
Lens zoom range 28-224mm (8.0x) 28-200mm (7.1x)
Maximum aperture - f/2.0-4.0
Macro focusing distance 10cm 2cm
Crop factor 5.8 4.8
Screen
Type of display Fixed Type Fully Articulated
Display sizing 3 inches 3 inches
Resolution of display 230 thousand dots 921 thousand dots
Selfie friendly
Liveview
Touch screen
Viewfinder Information
Viewfinder type None None
Features
Minimum shutter speed 8s 60s
Fastest shutter speed 1/1400s 1/4000s
Continuous shutter rate - 8.0 frames/s
Shutter priority
Aperture priority
Expose Manually
Exposure compensation - Yes
Change white balance
Image stabilization
Inbuilt flash
Flash distance 3.00 m 10.00 m
Flash modes Auto, On, Off, Red-Eye, Fill-in -
External flash
AE bracketing
White balance bracketing
Exposure
Multisegment exposure
Average exposure
Spot exposure
Partial exposure
AF area exposure
Center weighted exposure
Video features
Supported video resolutions 1280 x 720 (30 fps) 640 x 480 (30 fps) 1920 x 1080 (15, 30 fps), 1280 x 720 (60, 30 fps), 640 x 480 (120, 30 fps)
Maximum video resolution 1280x720 1920x1080
Video file format Motion JPEG MPEG-4, H.264
Microphone support
Headphone support
Connectivity
Wireless None None
Bluetooth
NFC
HDMI
USB USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/sec) USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/sec)
GPS None Optional
Physical
Environment sealing
Water proofing
Dust proofing
Shock proofing
Crush proofing
Freeze proofing
Weight 150g (0.33 lb) 392g (0.86 lb)
Dimensions 101 x 59 x 56mm (4.0" x 2.3" x 2.2") 119 x 73 x 50mm (4.7" x 2.9" x 2.0")
DXO scores
DXO Overall rating not tested 53
DXO Color Depth rating not tested 21.1
DXO Dynamic range rating not tested 11.7
DXO Low light rating not tested 191
Other
Battery life - 330 photos
Form of battery - Battery Pack
Battery ID KLIC-7006 EN-EL14
Self timer Yes (2 or 10 sec) Yes (10 or 2 seconds)
Time lapse feature
Storage type SD/SDHC card, Internal SD/SDHC/SDXC
Card slots 1 1
Retail pricing $169 $499