So I really want to get this amazing macro lens to do some macro photography of my flowers and other such things. The one that I really want costs between $800 – $1000. I started doing some research and found that you could get very similar results with some macro extension tubes that you use with your regular camera. It has all the sensors for autofocus, etc. You basically then just plug your regular lens into those tubes (which are attached to your camera).
Well okay, I’m not going to spend $800 on this lens at this point, so I thought I’d shell out the $20 for these extension tubes. Well, what happened is that as soon as I put these extension tubes on my $3000 camera (yea that’s right – it’s one of my full time work cameras), it fried the electronics on the camera. Luckily this is my back up camera and I have another backup too. The damage isn’t horrible, about $300 worth, I think (from what I read anyway).
So how do I leave feedback for the buyer? He didn’t do anything wrong, it was a product issue. Is neutral okay in this situation, so that I can just warn other buyers that this happened with my particular camera?
I sell quite a bit on amazon too, and I’ve gotten a low feedback rating that pertained more to the product and not the seller performance.
What should I do?