This paper model is a Minolta X-700, a 35 mm single-lens reflex film camera introduced by Minolta, the papercraft was created by Paper Camera. The Minolta X-700 was the top model of their final manual-focus SLR series before the introduction of the auto-focus Minolta Maxxum 7000.
It used the basic body of the XG-M with electronically controlled stepless speeds, but added full program autoexposure in addition to the XG-M's aperture priority and metered manual modes. It also introduced through-the-lens (TTL) flash metering, and added exposure lock and interchangeable focusing screens to the XG-M's features.
Based on the X-700 chassis, Minolta later launched the cheaper models X-300 and X-500. The X-500 lacked the X-700's program exposure mode, but featured a fill-in flash mode. The X-300 was the basic model of the late X-series. It lacked TTL flash metering and program exposure mode, it did not show the f-stop-setting of the lens in the viewfinder and it did not have a depth-of-field control button. Basic parts of all three cameras, i.e. shutter, viewfinder, mirror system, and light metering system were identical. For more information please click here.
You can download the papercraft model here: Minolta X-700 35mm SLR Camera Free Paper Model Download