Canon C300 Data Recovery

Updated on November 04, 2020

Professional Canon data recovery tool - Remo Recover will proficiently retrieve Canon C300 data under any kind of data loss situations like accidental deletion, device format, disoperation, card error or other reasons.

Recovering Canon C300 Data

Canon C300 is a digital camera in the Cinema EOS range. It was the first digital cinema camera by Canon released in the year 2011. It is equipped with DV III image processor, a 9.8 MP CMOS sensor and a storage capacity of 64 GB via a CF card. This camera is designed to meet the demanding specifications of the modern day cinema industry professionals by providing a modular and significantly adaptable system of cameras and other accessories for 21st century movie making. Designed with SMPTE HD standards, its MPEG – 2 standards compatible with all major NLE applications with multiple features such as Canon Log to ensure seamless integration with modern production workflow's to help post production tasks easy. And with complete support infrastructure to get the most from the camera, it’s completely ready for any professional job.

Canon C300 data recovery:

The movies and video clips shot with a Canon C300 camera are of extreme importance and losing any data from its memory card can prove to be drastic. In cases where data loss occurs on this device due to any reasons, it becomes absolutely critical to perform Canon C300 data recovery at any cost. Any users facing data loss on this device can make use of the information from this page. Read on to know how to perform Canon C300 data recovery and how to maintain data securely on a camera storage device.

There are various causes that can cause data deletions or corruptions on any storage device, the most common one being accidental data deletion. Other data delete actions may include data loss due to corruptions, improper usage of the camera or its CF card, errors while transferring files, technical errors such as hardware malfunctions, using camera while its battery is out of juice and the like. Whatever may be the cause of data deletion on any storage medium, the process that occurs while a file is being deleted remains the same. That is, when any file is deleted, only the header containing the location of that file is removed leaving the file data intact. Now the file becomes invisible to the camera or any other operating system.

In order to make this file visible again, what all you have to do is, scan for the deleted files on the storage medium and re-alter the deleted file’s header data to make it visible again. But you can’t restore Canon C300 data all by yourself without any aid. You will need a third party software which is specialized in doing this task (to recover Canon C300 data) such as Remo Recover which can effectively scan for typically all deleted or missing files and folders from any storage medium and retrieve Canon C300 data instantly. Tool even assists you to retrieve deleted pictures from Canon Rebel camera in just 4 simple steps under various situations.

You can use this same software to perform Fujifilm camera photo recovery, Samsung photo recovery, Nikon camera recovery, etc.

Some useful tips to keep your data secure on Canon C3000 Camera:

  • Keep the Canon camera’s battery charged up before using it. If you capture images or videos when the battery is almost dead, there is a possibility for the camera to not store that file
  • Frequently using the CF card on multiple platforms such as camera, card reader, etc. can result in data deletions or corruptions
  • Keep your Canon camera’s storage device free from viruses and malware's and also from virus infected devices

Steps to recover data from Canon C300 camera using Remo Recover:

1. Download and install Remo Recover software on your Windows computer. Now connect your Canon c300’s SD card to your computer.

2. Choose the drive from where you want to recover data.

3. Now click on the Scan button from the main screen.

Scanning The Drive

Note: Wait for the tool to finish Deep Scan. The tool allows you to view the recovered files through the Dynamic Recovery View option, you can also navigate to the Lost Partition folder in the Tree Structure. The tool allows you to preview the recovered files using the Preview feature.

Select The Desired Folder

4. Finally, select the files which you want to restore and click on the Recover option.


For Leopard (10.5) and Snow Leopard (10.6) Users

Download Now

For Mac OS X 10.7 and Above

Download Now