The Comet was hard to find. My usual planetarium program and the first two websites I checked gave incorrect locations. I found the Comet's true ephemeris when I went to The Sky Live (http://theskylive.com/).
Anyway, this video (really a slide show) shows the comet's movement in 100 30-second frames. The comet was moving so fast that frames much longer than 30 seconds showed the comet as a line. The movement would have been easily visible in a telescope over a few minutes' time. Here is the link:
I have not stretched these images much. You might see more if you make the video full screen.
Camera and Exposure: SXVF-H9 100x30", Alnitak Flat-man flats
Filter: Astronomik CLS
Guiding: SX Lodestar and SX OAG
Mount: Takahashi NJP
Software: Nebulosity, Photoshop CS3, MS PowerPoint
Location: The Woodlands, TX