I like those abus.The camels appear to have been an important feature of zamburaks; I wonder whether the Europeans would have bothered trying to import and breed them.
Or maybe it would take the form of something like an Ottoman "Abus" gun, the weird looking flintlock recoilless rifle-looking breechloading tripod thing? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abus_gun
Europeans would call jezails wall guns, muskets too heavy to shoot without a swivel attachment to a wall or a stake. A mobile infantry unit carrying wall guns, shovels and axes could ride out and set up simple defended trenches or abbitis that no cavalry could pass, and only a determined infantry attack would take. I don't know why it was never done.