Here's some footage I filmed this morning with my LX200 classic and a Canon T5i camera with a 2x barlow lens for an effective focal length of 4 meters. I was able to resolve Hubble as more than a point-like light source and actually see its apparent orientation towards the end. Due to the satellite passing through the north side of the meridian line it wasn't possible to track past the meridian (the LX200 does a cord untangle maneuver when it hits the north side of the meridian).