MKIDs40 have several properties that make them attractive for the PICTURE C experiment. They are time tagged, photon counting detectors, have intrinsic energy resolution, and operate with very low noise levels. By photon counting, they operate without any read noise and can thus operate with high time resolution without any associated read noise penalty. As a photon counting detector, MKID records a single word for each photon it records. This 64-bit word encodes the pixel in which the photon was detected, the energy of the photon, and its arrival time. As a result, the data rate and resultant data storage required are proportional to the count rate on the detector. If the coronagraph is successfully blocking the starlight, we expect count rates of several over the full detector with resulting data sizes of a few hundred megabytes of data. However, during acquisition and as the active components are adjusted, we will see much higher count rates and will size the data system accordingly.