ln 1988 Cameli won the World Diatonic Accordion Championship hosted by the C.D.M.I. and C.M.A. (now A.M.I.S.A.L.). The following year he was invited to South Africa for a concert in Johannesburg.
He is also a featured TV artist in the World Festival of Nations, transmitted worldwide, particularly in Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Egypt, Mexico, Spain, Luxembourg, Germany, France, Switzerland, Sweden, Finland, Belgium, Venezuela and Canada.
In 1994 Cameli created the “GIU-CAM” system; the smallest complete professional instrument on the market. It is an extraordinary Diatonic accordion, made according to Cameli’s plans.
In 2004 he launched a new generation of Diatonic Accordions with 2-4 Registers of up to 12 basses and relative minors in collaboration with the Beltuna Company and uses the Musictech Q-Link Midi System and MT03-D Microphones in his accordion.