Memory Card Database / Canon Canon EOS C300 Mk III The following compatible memory cards, data rates, and recording time information has been extracted from the Canon EOS C300 Mark III 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 EOS C300 Mark III Compatible Memory Cards The following table shows all compatible memory cards for the Canon EOS C300 Mark III camera. Card Make Type Model Size GB CFexpress Type B SanDisk Extreme PRO SDCFE-512G-xxxIN (*1) 512 SDCFE-512G-xxxNN (*1) 512 SONY TOUGH CEB-G512 512 ProGrade Digital Cobalt PGCFX650GCPJP 650 Notes:(*1) Verify the letter that appears at the end of the model number. The ‘xxx’ portion in the model numbers represents a character region code. Hire Compatible Media Canon EOS C300 Mark III Data Rates and Approximate Recording Times The following table shows the approximate recording times of the Canon EOS C300 Mark III camera using various recording formats, memory card types and memory card sizes. Rec Format Frame Rate Sensor Mode Resolution BitRate Recording time in Minutes 512 RAW 25p Super 35mm (Cropped) 4096×2160 1 Gbps 67 Super 16mm (Cropped) 2048×1080 250 Mbps 261 XF-AVC 25p Super 35mm (Cropped) 4096×2160 3840×2160 810 Mbps Intra-frame 84 410 Mbps Intra-frame 166 260 Mbps Long GOP 261 160 Mbps Intra-frame 425 Super 35mm (Cropped) Super 16mm (Cropped) 2048×1080 1920×1080 310 Mbps Intra-frame 219 50 Mbps Long GOP 1362 1280×720 24 Mbps Long GOP 2839 The following table shows the approximate proxy recording times of the Canon EOS C300 Mark III camera using various sized SDXC cards Bit rate Recording Time in Minutes using an SDXC 32 GB 64 GB 128 GB 256 GB 512 GB 35 Mbps Long GOP 115 240 485 970 1945 24 Mbps Long GOP 170 350 705 1415 2840 17 Mbps Long GOP 245 495 995 2000 4010 Notes:Approximate times, for reference only, based on a single recording that continues until the card is full. Recording times are determined by the bit rate used, which in turn is determined by various video configuration settings.