Ummm, er, uh....i now it's here somewhere...Here it is... :smacking-head-mallet:
Just kidding tonjee.
Would that camera be the one with the little green dial? Does it have the date feature?
If so, i would say yes to the combination. Re-read Jesse's section on Cameras and match see if yours matches up to one of the cameras he has listed...
The RS Pir is a very good PIR as are all the others.
Good Luck and DON"T be afraid to ask ?'s I just felt like bustin on someone...
Welcome to "the BBS"
Homer, unless your planning on using the dremel away from a power source, I would recommend that you get the ac. unit. I use one all the time, but I have the flex cord on it. It makes getting into small places easier.
Cordless is nice but i opted for the corded one. When i'm using this nice little tool i'm usually "in" so electric is not a problem. I bought a sears brand one and it lasted a few months so this time i bought a genuine dremel from Lowe's. Got the one with all the goodies and it's very handy. Variable speed is a nice thing as well - you may want to consider it as well.
I also bought the Dremell. I have the digital with variable speed from 5-35,000 rpm. It is very handy when building my cams. I recently bought the flex shaft so I could do very precise work. I have used the Sears Craftsman model also and had no problem with it either.
They are sweet, foot pedal control, flex shaft, high quality. Mine cost like $250, but I found out about them from my girlfriends mom, her husband owns a machine shop. She is an artist and uses them for making jewelry.
I would not get the cordless model unless you REALLY needed the portablilty outside the home. If your in the house, run an extension cord.
Homer - my wife bought one for me back when we were teenagers (girlfriend then) in 1964. At that time there was only one to choose from. 110 V. single speed. Mine still works perfectly and I use it often.