just got D80 spare battery, ML-L3 wireless remote controller and MC-DC1 remote cord for £64 inc p+p from Hong Kong. All new and genuine. Probably saved about a third on UK price
Please be aware that as in so many areas of electronic goods, "genuine" Nikon batteries are being manufactured all over the place, after a talk to a tech support guy from Nikon Australia yesterday, he pointed out that they had a battery returned for a fault in its internal electronics ( the bit that the camera relates to in its capacity measurement) and when examining the battery circuitry under a microscope they found that the battery was non genuine, the only reason they found it was because the Japanese born tech support guy found a misspelled Japanese word on the circuitry. They could not tell the difference any other way. He then went on to tell me about several known cases where Nikon cameras had been damaged by non genuine batteries and also of a Canon that was literally fried internally due to the circuitry components being incompatible. It seems that batteries just aint batteries.