All CAM data are publicly available through the ISO archive.  For more information on the archive, start at the "Introduction to the ISO archive" .  It is a good idea to check any comments about failed or questionable observations in the archive to make sure your favourite observation was not affected.  This list only applies to CAM data.

What to get?

If you want to obtain raw data and perform the reduction yourself, the files you need to get started are the so-called 'cisp' and the 'iiph' FITS file.  The 'cisp' files contains the raw data, file the 'iiph' contains the satellite pointing information.  You will need both to start your reduction.  The simplest way to obtain these is to request 'basic science data' from the archive (this is also the default setting of the archive).