| Caproni Ca.316 ： ウィキペディア英語版|
The Caproni Ca.316 was a reconnaissance seaplane produced in Italy during World War II, intended for catapult operations from Italian Navy capital ships. It was a member of the large family of Caproni designs derived from the Ca.306 airliner prototype of 1935, and more directly a modification of the Ca.310 ''Idro'' seaplane.
The basic Ca.310 design was modified by the attachment of large pontoons carried underneath the engine nacelles on streamlined pylons, and a revised nose with extensive glazing on the ventral surface.
14 examples were built, but none entered service.
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