Having had serious electronics issues at Aragon recently the MV Agusta team worked hard on their issues at Assen and according to Camier are happy with the big improvement.
"We are really happy and we made some big progress with the electronics, massive progress to be honest," said Camier.
Camier improved his times from Spain to Holland, he finished 22 seconds behind double race winner Jonathan Rea in race one at Assen, and only 18.5 seconds behind in race two.
At Motorland Aragon, by contrast, he had been 43 seconds off the winner in each 18-lap race.
"The bike is working a lot better and we figured a lot of stuff out," said Camier.
"We got a lot more out of the bike. There is still work to do and we still need to improve the power and chassis. That said, there were a lot of positives with the chassis and we need to make sure that we do not lose those," he added.
The rider feels that by beating some of the decant sorted teams in the Netherlands they are on the right track to be challenging for honours soon.
"We were fighting with the Ducatis and managed to beat a few of the Ducatis in the last one," said Camier, who was tenth in each race at Assen.
"The pace in the beginning was good and I feel like I am riding really well, riding hard, in the first few laps. I can catch people and be right behind them but we just lose so much when we hit a straight."