I got the enlarger today and atleast everything that is included is in a very good condition. The seller told me that it had belonged to the Norwegian Army (engineer/technical division) and that he assumed they took good care of it.
Anyways, I just had to push all those buttons. I found that under "setup"->"cal" I can choose between 50, 80 and 105. It does irritate me as this means I can't use any of the newer Schneider APO-componon HM lenses (40,45,60,90,150), nor the Rodenstock Apo-Rodagon-S line (75,120) which I understand is among the finest lenses available. The one included was a Rodenstock Rodagon 80/4. Can anyone recommend a very high quality 50 mm?
Is it possible to focus manually as well? I must honestly say that I don't have a clue on how to focus this thing. I definitly have to get the manual (and negative carrier).
The calibration tool was included but no calibration negatives. I did however find calibration negatives/pos/b&w at B&H so I will just buy it there.