Imaged and captured on 18 March, 2000 at 0100 UTC.
Just to see if I could do it! And I did! This image is a composite of 21 video frames captured to an AVI file and stacked with AstroStack. Following that, MaxIM was used to flatten the background and apply a simple stretch to bring out the nebulosity. So it is possible (barely) with an 8" f10 and an $80 video camera. Note that the nebulosity is not visible in a single frame capture or in the live video view, due to noise. The stacking has reduced the noise to the point where the nebula is (barely) visible.
Telescope: 8" f10 Meade LX200.
Capture device: ATI All In Wonder Pro video card at 640 by 480 resolution.