‘Steer Camber’ is a product of ‘Steering Axis Inclination’. It is a small amount but not to be neglected if tight high speed turns are an issue.
‘Caster Angle’ will provide beneficial camber changes as the wheels steer. With positive caster angle the outside wheel will camber in a negative direction and the inner wheel in a positive direction, causing both wheels to lean into the turn.
‘Steering Axis Inclination’, on the other hand, causes camber changes contrary to those usually desired when cornering. When a wheel with positive SAI is steered, it will lean out at the top, towards positive camber.