This video was shot with my Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera and the Angenieux 17-68 f/2.2 zoom lens which was invented in 1956. My copy is maybe 30 or 40 years old, I don't know exactly. I really like the visual character of this lens. It produces some beautiful and dramatic flares, as you can see in the video.
The Angenieux 17-68 f/2.2 is a 16mm lens but it covers the BMPCC's Super16-sensor almost completely. It only vignettes at 17mm at its closest focusing distance and apertures smaller than f/5.6. Take a look at my blog post (in german) for some more info about this and other things related to this lens:
All of the images were shot in film log mode at ASA800 in ProRes 422 without an UV/IR cut filter and slightly graded (lift gamma gain and added saturation) in FCPX.
Shot & edited by Roman Mischel (R73.net).
Music composed by Chris Zabriskie (chriszabriskie.com) who shares his songs under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.