The Graflex 22 is a 1950’s era Twin Lens Reflex (TLR) camera. A TLR is distinct from an SLR is that there are two lenses in the front; the top, through which the photographer sees the image, and the bottom, through which the light enters the camera and strikes the film.

This camera itself is sophisticated with controls for focus, aperture, and shutter speeds. It holds 120 sized film and takes a pretty snazzy picture.