C/2013 V5 Oukaimeden near the Rosette Nebula as seen from the SSO scopes from 23 August on. The large rectangle is the field of view of T12 (click to embiggen).
C/2013 V5 Oukaimeden is currently visible from both the northern and southern iTelescopes, but in the northern scopes it is just at the limit of lowest travel at the start of astronomical twilight, while in the Southern scopes it is well above the horizon (around 27 degrees) at the start of Astronomical twilight.
The comet is around magnitude 9, and on the mornings of August 23 and 24 it is within T12 distance of the Rosette Nebula, which will make for a splendid composition.
C/2013 V5 Oukaimeden as seen from the SSO scopes from 23 August on. (click to embiggen).
The comet will rapidly brighten, possibly reaching a peak magnitude of 5.5. It quickly becomes too low for the northern scopes, but remains within the SSO sights until mid September. At this time it should be around magnitude 6.
After the 25th, it only has a few encounters with bright objects. The most notable being the magnitude 6.5 open cluster NGC 2530, when the comet is around magnitude 6.5 as well on the 9th of September.
The current MPC one line ephemeris is
CK13V050 2014 09 28.2244 0.625504 0.998675 314.5738 278.6157 154.8845 20141209 9.0 4.0 C/2013 V5 (Oukaimeden)