The CAMS 55/2, comparable with Britain's Supermarine came from a line of military flying boats Southamptons.
The CAMS 55/1, comparable with Britain's Supermarine came from a line of military flying boats Southamptons.
An imposing study of CAMS 53 F-AISV shortly after lift-off. Note the engine access ladder.
Another shot of CAMS 53 No 5 F-AISV.
The CAMS type 52 of 1930 later became the type 60, and was the company's one and only floatplane. Designed as a torpedo bomber, it had a pair of Gnome-Rhone 9Akx engines.
The fully-enclosed type 110 long range reconnaissance bomber appeared in 1934, powered by two 860 h.p. Hispano 12Ydrs engines in tandem.
F-AMDY was the one and only CAMS 90, powered by a 240 h.p. Lorraine engine and stressed for catapult launches.