Memory Card Database / Canon Compatible Memory Cards, SSD’s & Recording Data Rates & Recording Times Canon EOS 1D X Mark II The following compatible memory cards, data rates, and recording time information has been extracted from the Canon 1D X Mark II website and/or camera manual. All information is subject to change, and all data rates and recording times are approximate values. Bit rates and recording times will vary depending on the content being captured. Canon 1D X Mark II Compatible Memory Cards The following table shows all compatible memory cards for the Canon 1D X Mark II camera. Card Make Type Model Size CFast 2.0 SanDisk Extreme PRO SDCFSP-128G-xxxA (*1) 515MB/s 128 GB SDCFSP-128G-xxxB (*1) 515MB/s 128 GB SDCFSP-128G-xxxD (*1)(*2) 525MB/s 128 GB SDCFSP-064G-xxxB (*1) 515MB/s 64 GB SDCFSP-064G-xxxD (*1)(*2) 525MB/s 64 GB Lexar 3500x 256GB 128GB 64GB *1 Verify the letter that appears at the end of the model number. The ‘xxx’ portion in the model numbers represents a 3-character region code.*2 Compatible with Video Performance Guarantee 130 (VPG-130) CompactFlash 4K 59.94P 50.00P MJPG – 29.97P 25.00P 24.00P 23.98P UDMA7 100 MB/sec. or faster FHD 119.9 100.0P ALL-I UDMA7 100 MB/sec. or faster 59.94P 50.00P UDMA7 60 MB/sec. or faster 59.94P 50.00P IPB 30 MB/sec. or faster 29.97P 25.00P 24.00P 23.98P ALL-I 30 MB/sec. or faster 29.97P 25.00P 24.00P 23.98P IPB 10 MB/sec. or faster 29.97P 25.00P If you use a slow-writing card when shooting movies, the movie may not be recorded properly. Also, if you play back a movie on a card with a slow reading speed, the movie may not play back properly.To check the card’s reading/writing speed, refer to the card manufacturer’s Web site.To optimize the use of the card, formatting the card with the camera before shooting movies is recommended.When movies cannot be recorded normally, format the card and try again. If formatting the card does not resolve the problem, refer to the card manufacturer’s Web site. Hire Compatible Media Canon 1D X Mark II Data Rates and Approximate Recording Times The following table shows the approximate recording times of the Canon 1D X Mark II camera using various recording formats, memory card types and memory card sizes. Format Frame Rate fps Max Bit rate Mbit/s Recommended Cards Approximate Recording Time on Card in Minutes 64GB CompactFlash CFast 2.0 In MOV Format In MP4 Format MOV 4K 59.94p/50.00p 800 – Yes 10 – 29.97p/25.00p/24.00p/23.98p 500 UDMA 7 100 MBps or faster Yes 17 – Full HD ALL-I 119.9p/100.0p 360 UDMA 7 100 MBps or faster Yes 23 – 59.94p/50.00p 180 UDMA 7 60 MBps or faster Yes 47 – 29.97p/25.00p/24.00p/23.98p 90 30 MBps or faster 138 – IPB 59.94p/50.00p 60 30 MBps or faster 93 – IBP Standard 29.97p/25.00p/24.00p/23.98p 30 10 MBps or faster 270 – MP4 Full HD IPB Standard 59.94p/50.00p 60 30 MBps or faster – 141 29.97p/25.00p/24.00p/23.98p 30 10 MBps or faster – 281 IPB light 29.97p/25.00p 12 10 MBps or faster – 695 VMEDIA is a rental division of VMI, set up in 2017 in response to a growing demand for memory card hire and SSD media hire in London. We supply all popular formats including CFexpress, AXS, CODEX, CFast 2.0, XQD, RED Mini Mags, SxS, P2 Express, Compact Flash, SDXC and more. In November of 2018 we expanded our business to include a brand new power division. With power options such as the flight safe Hawk-Woods Mini V-lok 150Wh and 98Wh batteries, the Anton Bauer Dionic XT 150s, Hawkwoods 26V, Hawkwoods High Performance batteries which are tailored toward lighting, and a wealth of hot swap plates, chargers and other power solutions. We are now able to offer our clients a full range of battery options for their shooting needs.