Recent magnitude estimates indicate that this comet is not brightening very quickly and latest estimates put it around mag 9. It will get increasingly difficult to observe as its elongation decreases but please try to get more images and estimates as it heads in to perihelion. There is a good set of images in the Comet Section archive.
Peter Carson has managed to capture a much better image (see his member’s page). Nonetheless, under poor conditions (wind ESE – straight from sea towards scope (!), and lots of condensation on the corrector in misty air) I acquired five reasonably steady frames. Comphot estimate: mag 10.4 in photometric aperture of diameter 130arcsec – but take this with a pinch of salt.