I had the same thing keep happening to my 2 Cuddeback Experts 3 years ago. I stumbled across some info on the Net back then claiming excessive moister and rain will create this condition with the Cuddeback Experts (maybe it can happen with some of the Captures too (bad seal??), not sure). So to fix this problem, I purchased Bear Safe cages for the cameras and also put 3/4 of a 5 gallon pail, specially cut out to protect the camera and painted up in camo over the top of the Camera/Bear Safe as it is screwed into the tree.
The deer don't seem to mind the 5 gallon pail setup at all, even the very mature bucks (many, many repeated visits by multiple mature bucks, one absolute giant that is 6/7 years old). I even think it helps hide the camera a bit.
Since then I've never had those 2 cameras fail once with this condition, where it was repeatedly happening before I did this. It was very frustrating to have happen and a great feeling to solve the problem as I love the quality centered pics Cuddebacks produce. Wish I could attach a picture to show you how this looks, but my cameras are out in the woods already and they are 2 hours away in far western WI. Whether or not the same thing is happening to your Capture, not sure, but might be worth a try.
If this thread is still going in a month or two when I go back there to pick up pics, I'll try to remember to take a picture of the setup and re-post on this thread.
With all the rain we've been getting this year, I'm feeling much better knowing a bulk of the precip (if not all) is not getting to the 2 Experts.