I dont get that camber profile at all.
The reason camber works is because when you stand on the board you load from the bindings to the tips which gives good edge hold but between the bindings actually has no downward force being applied to it. When you put rocker outside the bindings that effect is lost so the only place that is actually loaded is directly under your bindings.
For years I rode very stiff cambered boards and was really sceptical about this whole rocker board movement. The CamRock that Jones makes works. I ride a lot of hard pack and the I never had any control issues with that profile. The is board is much more agile than a full camber but doesn't feel out of control.