Update: unfortunately it is not a meteor, but a satellite.
Last night my all sky camera EN-98 captured a possible Draconid near alpha Ursa Minor (Polaris). The recording suffers from a vibration in the box caused by the rotating sector. This problem has been solved.
Picture 1: Draconid (???) near the star Polaris (alpha UMI). Draco's "head is at the left of this image. Click on the image for a larger version.
Camera: Canon EOS 450D
Lens: Sigma 4.5 mm F2.8 EX DC Circulair fish eye
Timer Controller: HAMA DCCS timer controller
Exposure time: 119s
Interval: 1 s
Period UT: 00:03:00-00:04:59 UT
Time meteor UT: unknown
Simultaneously with stations: unknown yet
Remarks: Slow meteor, breaks barely visible