Don't. Real Freon ("R-12") is very expensive as it is no longer manufactured or imported into the USA. Take your vehicle to a licensed auto AC shop and have your system converted to R-134a. Also have any other service it needs done now. You can buy a kit that has a can of R-134a and a gauge and hose fittings to recharge your systems, including the Toyota after it is converted to R-134a.
When you are going to add Freon to a Toyota Camry, you need to know which type to add. You will need to put the Freon recharging coupler to the recharging kit, and get the engine to operating temperature. When the engine is at operating temperature put the air conditioning on the lowest setting and recharge the Freon with the windows of the car rolled down.
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