Prairie Shadow, I think you nailed it. It isn't the camera, but the person checking it. If you are like me at all, you can't even go get the mail during the summer without sweating, let alone hike through a muggy woods to pull a camera.
The only advice I can offer is to adjust the time that you check the camera to where the camera is. For instance, if you have a camera in a bedding area, check it while they are out feeding. Vice versa if it is in a feeding area. If it is on a trail leading to/from, check it while they are either bedding or feeding. It isn't foolproof, but I think it helps some. And if you can do it right before or during a rain, that's even better.
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Glad to talk to all of you, but I'd rather be sitting in a tree stand on a cool morning trying not to move so that the bruiser buck directly below me doesn't figure out that I am watching him!