I braved the cold Tuesday night (11F when I finished at 10 pm) to get a few photos of comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) from the IUSB Observatory, using our color CCD camera and the 90 mm aperture refractor. The field of view is too small to see the tail — about a quarter of a degree compared to 2.5 degrees for the length of the tail. The interesting thing to me was how quickly the comet moved relative to the background stars. The two images below were taken less than ten minutes apart.
Below is an animation showing the progression from the left image to the right image with seven images in between, again spanning a total time of less than ten minutes.