When my cams die, it's usually accompanied by some condensation inside the IR flash windows and/or the camera lens. Quite often I also have some water in or around the batteries too, depending on the make of the cam. I can usually dry the cam out in a warm oven and some patient application of my wife's hair dryer. Unfortunately I usually end up with some residual mess on the camera lens and circuit boards doing strange things. My question is, has anyone attempted to do an aftermarket waterproofing of the camera case? I've tried using duct tape on the top and side seams in the plastic with mixed results. How about you?