So, I got to the PDF link, and it is still loading after 10 minutes, so I'm not going to answer about your specific chip, since I'm currently in time that could be paid for. Pro tip for next time: If the PDF is slow, copy it to your own Dropbox/Google Drive/MS Cloud DriveThing and link from there.
You are feeding the sensor with 3.3V you say, so you cannot de-sequence without either an EN pin, or an energy buffer and power-fail detection on your camera board. The latter will make your camera board bigger, since I don't know the size or current consumption of your sensor, I cannot say how much it will influence your design. But most commonly you don't want that for a Sensor Board, since most people want them as small as possible.
So, you will need an EN pin anyway, since if you just turn off 3.3V to the board, the 3.3V will fall first: Bang, Wrong de-sequencing.
Which then makes me say, if you have one EN pin you need to handle correctly from the uC anyway, you might as well have 3. But, the easiest way would be either with sequence chips as such:
simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab
Then you can also make a simple power-fail detection, if you want:
simulate this circuit
That's the least number of components I could think of, without using a Chip, since I'm out of time to also find you a chip, but there are Power Path and Power Failure chips out there, even very simple "Brownout Detectors" might work fine for you. But you will always need something like a diode in there, so you will need to really look very closely at your device's current usage profile and the diode drop that causes, to see if you can stay within the margins of the allowable power supply for 3.3V. A normal Schottky may work well enough if your supply is allowed to be within 3.1V to 3.5V, since I cannot think of a Schottky I recently used that had a larger forward-drop differential over a 2 decade current range. Or any diode I used, come to think of it, but it will depend on your main current set-point.
Again, all this would have been much more aimed had I been able to obtain the PDF in time.
Getting the power right, with a power-fail detection, is a lot easier if you use 5V in and buck-regulate all three voltages.