After having been out-clouded, out-shined by the Moon or prevented from seeing Lulin due my high latitude and the mountains, I finally got a clear view to the south around midnight and I could note two things: Lulin is bright indeed! and it`s moving fast!
It was easily detected in a simple pair of 8 x 42 binoculars, and with a bit of patience it could just be made out with the naked eye (well.., in my case with a pair of glasses). I had problems seeing the tail/s though, but on the picture they can just be made out.
During the 4h observing session it was possible to see that the comet had moved.
All in all, a great cold evening with some auroras in the low north and both Comet Kushida and Lulin being observable!
Nikon D3, Nikkor 135 mm f/2,8, ISO 400, 330 seconds single exposure, manually guided.