Just because the front camber isn't factory adjustable doesn't mean a good alignment shop can't make it adjustable.
This can be easily accomplished by replacing the bottom strut to knuckle bolt with one of these: MSRP on a set of two of those is $25. Which means cost would be something less than $10. If you only need to adjust one side (use one bolt) cost would be less than $5. I'm thinkin somewhere around $2-3...tops. At that relatively low cost some shops may well just throw it on as part of the basic fee...Because people do not like being told that there's a problem that either can't be fixed or costs extra.
What they like to hear is 'everything lined up, pay at the counter and you're good to go'.
Furthermore-- on these aluminum knuckles, if the amount of camber you need to adjust is around 1 degree or less you can simply widen the hole between 1/32-1/16 either in the knuckle or the strut without compromising the integrity.
The rear suspension is different, because the knuckle doesn't attach to the strut it's not easily modified in this manner, you have to special order/press in eccentric bushings. Which may or may not be available depending on the make/model.
Edit: Did anyone catch the pfft-ing noise out on the west coast? I think the neighbors took cover in the basement.