These are some wide angle shots from different places in Berlin, all captured with the Schneider Kreuznach Cinegon 10mm f/1.8 on the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (BMPCC). Most of the images were shot at apertures between f/4 and f/8. At the end of the video you will see some night shots at f/1.8.
The lens is very tiny and does not vignette at all. To prevent vignetting you should use big filters. The lens' front thread is 55mm but I use a stepup ring to attach 72mm sized nd- and uv/ir-cut-filters. Take a look at my blog post (in german) for some more info about this lens and other wide angle lens options for the BMPCC:
In several images you might notice some hair in the upper right corner which is from the deadcat of my videomic pro. Sorry for that. I thought I attached the mic far away enough from the lens but obviously I didn't.
The music was composed by Lee Rosevere who released it under Creative Commons (by-nc 3.0). You can find his work on happypuppyrecords.ca and on freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rosevere/.
This video was shot and edited by Roman Mischel (R73.net) and released under Creative Commons (by-nc-nd 4.0).