So I've just gone into lockdown with three duck eggs in my Brinsea. I'm not all that hopeful for them cause when last candled only one showed any movement and they haven't lost nearly enough moisture. My own fault; I was so busy with chicks etc that I just didn't check my eggs carefully enough. But that's not what I'm wondering about. I usually run chicken lockdowns at 70%+ humidity, and the one time before that I incubated ducks (in my other bator), I had a good hatch with 80% humidity through lockdown. So that's what I've set my Brinsea at. And the condensation is unbelievable and there are actually big drips of water running down the inside of the bator. My other bator you can get up past 85% without seeing any condensation at all. And I think the readout on the Brinsea is accurate; they're pretty reliable. So should I turn down the humidity a bit? Or just leave it where it is? I mean, I know ducklings need high humidity to hatch, but tropical rainforest high?