It takes regular off the shelf SDXC cards.
For me I was close to getting a C300 Mark II, what I don't like about it is no real slomo, price still too high when compared to what's available in the market today, and the high price of CFast cards. For it to be relevant for me to purchase it would have to drop another $2K in price to $9,995.00, and at that I could probably live with the current pricing of CFast cards. My recent thoughts—the Ursa mini pro is interesting offering 4.6K 4:4:4 12-bit in Raw but the back end workflow and storage could be astronomical and again those expensive CFast cards. It's frustrating to me, I had hopes when I first learned about the C200 but as Canon often does, was disappointed with the final offering. And now the Eva which appears promising, hopefully it will turn out with features as mentioned thus far and then some. I currently have access to a FS7 which I like and using DaVinci Resolve I've managed to create some nice looks that I like. However, it is not a camera I want to purchase as I desire something that is a bit easier to handhold. The Ursa Mini Pro is a bit heavy for extended handholding, the C300 Mark II is OK, and the C200 and Eva even more so. I looked at the FS5 but the internal codecs are seriously lacking in my opinion. I'm patient though and will most likely wait to see what the final version of Eva turns out to be. It'd nice if Canon did offer something better in the C200 or added full frame slomo HD to the C300 Mark II with the Raw lite codec, who knows, I may still get the C300MKII. All of these of course will yield excellent results in the right hands. It's an interesting era that we are now living it.
Sorry moderators, posted under C200, should have posted here instead (hope that's OK):
Dearly beloved we gather here today to mourn the Canon C200 which unfortunately lost the race before it even began. Along came a better racehorse with the name "AU-EVA1" henceforth known as Eva. Yes, Eva; Eva has 60P slow motion in 4K with an all-I codec that sees you all the way through in glorious 4:2:2 10-bit with a 5.7K sensor at rates up to 400 Mbps. Although Eva only records 4K DCI internally, she will output 5.7K in Raw to a compatible external recorder. With a S35 sensor and EF lens mount.
Ahhh, Raaw, that thing which many discuss but most of us care less about, we'd rather have a robust internal codec like 4:2:2 10-bit, sigh. The poor, now obsolete C200 only offers 4:2:0 8-bit MPEG, yes—gone are the days of banding in bright blue beautiful skies. Eva even uses SD cards instead of the horribly, grossly overpriced, CFast cards. And she can launch from the gate onto the track at a full 240 frames per second in 2K and HD without sensor cropping.
Eva can keep great time, timecode that is, very acceptable to receive and send out too. Eva has dual ISO’s like her big sisters with a wonderful colourspace from the VariCam family. But wait there’s more! More you ask?! Yes, internal image stabilization (well electronic in nature but time will tell how effective). Her parents “Panasonic” believe she will do well in life and please filmmakers for many years to come. And for a mere $8,000.00 you can have a beauty just like her for your very own.
If the makers of the poor lowly C200 think, maybe they can rescue their creation by not intentionally offering crippled codecs. Meaning when XF-AVC is eventually offered it will be 10-bit and not 8-bit, although since some believe that may be a hardware limitation it does beg the question, if it can do Raw in 12-bit, why can’t it move a slower codec in 10? Adding 10-bit MPEG might help, or at the very least adjusting the price downward to something like $5,995.00 more in line with what is being offered in the real world of today.
But I digress-
For the truth seekers looking for more, the Nirvana of cameras (well that’s a lie there is no perfect camera) seek here and you will find more about Eva:http://www.newsshooter.com/2017/06/03/panasonic-au-eva1/http://www.4kshooters.net/2017/06/03/panasonic-eva-1-new-5-7k-super-35-e...https://www.cinema5d.com/panasonic-au-eva1-unveiled-compact-rich-in-feat...
No longer a rumor, on youtube:
Shooting with the Canon C200 - Behind the Sceneshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dH98pS5Wl54
First Look – Hands on with the Canon EOS C200 cine camerahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0I_l7ERM-Q
Canon C200 - Hands On Reviewhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFW00qj2ZMQ
Canon C200 - Up to Speedhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7CmeOgzDQE
First look at the Canon C200 with Kaihttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmeVcLsiCQg
Price listed at WEX photographic
US estimate $9-10K
After reviewing a few more NAB 2017 reports discovered this info with pricing on the SSD module and other accessories:
Blackmagic URSA Mini SSD Recorder $395.00
Blackmagic URSA Mini EF Mount $175.00
Blackmagic URSA Mini PL Mount $245.00
Blackmagic URSA Mini B4 Mount $385.00
Blackmagic URSA Mini F Mount for Nikon (all mechanical no electrical contacts) $375.00
Blackmagic URSA Mini Mic Mount $125.00
Blackmagic URSA Studio Viewfinder $1,795.00
The SSD Recorder with a few SSDs is a more cost effective solution compared to CFast 2.0 cards.