I believe no video can be benefital for such a young baby. In France for instance, the official recommandation is to avoid watching any screen before three years old.
If the watching doesn't exceed a few minutes per day, this shouldn't cause any health hazard for eyes nor brain. The problem is more that a baby's brain is not able to process the 'cold' stimuli from a screen he cannot interact with. In the worst case, with much longer exposure than what you describe, the baby can be trapped in a passive attitude when he should rather actively explore the world around him.
The positive thing is that you watch with him, and the screen seems to be merely a pretext for a peaceful parent-baby time. Your presence might actually be more important for him that what you are watching - he might enjoy it just as much if you are looking together at some of his toys, at an images book, or even if he is just contemplating your face - possibly, with soft piano music in the background.
You will soon have plenty of occasions to watch various programs together, when the child will be able to talk with you about what's in the video, how it makes him feel, what he understands about it. Although short-time watching soft programs is probably harmless health-wise, I'd advice you to wait for a couple of years.