Cameron was pleased by the way City frustrated the hosts and reckons it was a decent follow-up performance to last weekend's 2-1 win against Manchester United.
"It was overall a great team performance," the American defender said. "We came back twice and walked away with a decent point.
"Southampton are a very good team, especially when they move off the ball.
"I thought we made it very difficult for them to play and, fortunately enough, put two goals in the back of the net and we walk away with a point.
"I think coming here, we've been pretty poor on the road and walked away with a point.
"For us, we have a big game against Swansea on Wednesday and want to get three points there."