Thats pretty good, but the Carl Ziess compact lenses arnt usually upto the quality of the Schneider lenses in my opinion. I like the high ISO of 1000, that would give the camera a lot of flexibility, but on occasions when you need the old optical zoom, the Kodak would obviously win due to it having more at its disposal.
The video mode on the Sony sounds impressive, it appears to be 640x480x30 from the spec list, but I couldnt confirm that.
All in all, it should be a good camera, as with any CyberShot, but it depends on the type of photography you want to go for. Personally, I enjoy a lot of landscape/scenic photography, so I would go for the Kodak not only for the zoom lens, but also based on colour re-production based on past experience with both makes of camera's.
However, I could be considered to be out of touch with modern compact camera's, so Sony may be better then they used to be and possibly even better then Kodak??