Images and profiles of the Caproni Ca.311. It was a light bomber-reconnaissance aircraft produced in Italy prior to and during World War II. As with other related types, it was a low-wing cantilever monoplane of conventional design. This particular design incorporated the Ca.310's retractable main undercarriage, as well as the heavily glazed nose that had been tested on the Ca.310bis prototype (Wikipedia).
The main customer was the Regia Aeronautica (Italian Air Force), but many aircraft were ordered by other countries. France ordered 200 machines and Great Britain Of these only five units were delivered to France before Italy's entry into World War II
Line-up of recce plans Caproni of Squadriglia, Gruppo Autonomo Osservazione Aerea (Autonomous Air Observation Group) likely on a Balkan airfield, prior of unit’s transfer on Eastern front, spring Pin by Paolo Marzioli