I have a question about data recovery with the C300. I’ve tried a few consumer programs with no luck with data recovery but here’s what happened. I had footage on a CF card, it was initialized in the c300 and then someone shot about 8 GB over it before I could pull the card. Is there any way possible to recover or is it completely lost.
“I accidentally formatted a CF card in Canon EOS C300 that had a couple hundred pictures on it that I had not transferred to my Mac. Can I recover these lost pictures in CF card any way? Thank you for any advice.”
The EOS C300 is Canon’s first foray into digital cinema and is equipped with Canon’s DIGIC DV III image processor, a 9.84-megapixel CMOS sensor (8.29-megapixel effective) capable of Super 35 format, and your choice of 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, and 59.94 fps recording at ISOs ranging from 320 all the way up to 20,000. The EOS C300 has two XLR inputs for audio and can shoot 160 minutes of video onto a 64GB CF card running at a 50Mbps bitrate at 1080p.
You may have lost your vital file store on Canon EOS C300 CF Card for some reasons. Don’t panic. Stop using this EOS C300 camcorder immediately to take any new photos or videos, and with UFUSoft Photo Recovery for Mac as the best CF Card Data Recovery Software to recover photos/videos/audios from Canon EOS C300 CF Card. This Canon EOS C300 Recovery software will deep scan its CF card and find out the lost files. It is very easy to use. You can complete the recovery in just three simple steps.
How to recover Canon C300 CF card data deleted, formatted or lost on Mac?
Step 1. Install and run Canon EOS C300 CF Card Data Recovery, connect your Canon EOS C300 CF Card to the Mac.
Step 2. Select the Canon EOS C300 CF Card from the drive list, then click “Start Scan” to search for lost photos/videos/audios.
Step 3. Preview and check the found the lost photos/videos/audios, and then click “Recover” to get back these you need.