Canon EOS C200

The following compatible memory cards, data rates, and recording time information has been extracted from the Canon C200 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 C200 Compatible Memory Cards

The following table shows all compatible memory cards for the Canon C200 camera.

Card Make Type Model Size
CFast 2.0 SanDisk Extreme PRO SDCFSP-256G-xxxD (*1) (*2) 525MB/s 256GB
SDCFSP-128G-xxxD (*1)(*2) 525MB/s  128 GB
SDCFSP-064G-xxxD (*1)(*2) 525MB/s 64 GB
SDCFSP-128G-xxxB (*1) 515MB/s 128 GB
SDCFSP-128G-xxxA (*1) 515MB/s 128 GB
SDCFSP-064G-xxxB (*1) 515MB/s 64 GB
SONY G Series CAT-G128(*2) 128GB
CAT-G64(*2) 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).

Proper operation cannot be guaranteed for all recording media.
In some cases, it may take longer to write data on the CFast card and recording may stop. To avoid this, we recommend that users regularly fully format and refresh their card using the “CFast Full Format and Refresh Tool” available from the link below.
SanDisk :
Lexar :
If the card is inserted into a camera with a different firmware version, a message recommending to initialize the card may be displayed. In such case, back up the clips recorded on the card and then initialize it with the camera.

Canon C200 Data Rates and Approximate Recording Times

The following table shows the approximate recording times of the Canon C200 camera using various recording formats, memory card types and memory card sizes.

Available video configuration settings (RAW Clips)

Resolution &
Colour Depth
Bit rate¹ Recording Time in Minutes
Primary Clips (CFast Card)
256GB 128GB 64GB
4096×2160 10 bit 1 Gbps 30 15 5
12 bit

Available video configuration settings (MP4 Clips)

Resolution &
colour sampling
Bit rate & Compression ¹ ² Recording Time in Minutes
Primary/Proxy clips (SD Card)
128GB 64GB 32GB 16GB 8GB
YCbCr 4:2:2, 8 bit 150 Mbps, Long GOP 110 55 25 10 5
YCbCr 4:2:2, 8 bit 35 Mbps, Long GOP 485 240 120 55 25

*¹ This camera uses variable bit rate (VBR) *² Long GOP options compress the image after analysing also changes across a group of pictures and offer better compression (smaller data sizes)

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