The Argentinean international helped the Chiefs warm-up for their quarter-final clash with his old rivals at Stade Charlety on Thursday, 6 April, by playing a key role in a mightily impressive 28-27 away win in the Premiership at Gloucester last weekend.
"Stade Français are a big team with loads of international players," said Camacho. "They have great experience, but you never know what might happen and we are very ambitious and with that hunger we can win any game.
"I scored against them in the final last year with about two minutes left to play and, while everyone remembers that try, it was a really good team effort that won us the title.
"I will be looking to score again, but the most important thing is that we play as a team and not as individuals. We must go forward with the ball and put pressure on them.
"It's amazing to know that 1,000 fans have already booked to go to Paris and that will give us a big boost. We play for them, we appreciate their support and I think they appreciate what we've been doing on the pitch.
"Not many clubs are in the same position as us and we're going for everything this season. We're in a great place, we're very ambitious and everyone wants to keep playing well.
"In rugby terms, it has been a very good move for me to Exeter even though Harlequins are doing very good this season. It has been a new challenge and everyone at Exeter has a strong focus on what they want to achieve.
"We have London Irish at home before we head to Paris and it will be the perfect build-up for us as it will be a very hard game. Every game we want to go a step up in our preparations for the Amlin Challenge Cup."
Where to find the Amlin Challenge Cup Quarter-Finalists this weekend
FRIDAY, 30 MARCH
Edinburgh Rugby v Scarlets (Murrayfield, 19.35)
SATURDAY, 31 MARCH
Biarritz Olympique v ASM Clermont Auvergne (Stade Aguilera, 14.05 local)
Brive v Toulon (Stadi um Municipal, 14.15 local)
Saracens v Harlequins (Wembley Stadium, 15.00)
Exeter Chiefs v London Irish (Sandy Lane, 15.00)
Stade Français Paris v Toulouse (Stade de France, 16.15 local)
SUNDAY, 1 APRIL
London Wasps v Gloucester Rugby (Adams Park, 15.00)