Well, there's good news and bad news
Resistor is correct (if that's brown-black-green-gold stripes).
Capacitor is incorrect. Photo shows a 1nF (1 nanoFarad) capacitor which is 1000 times small than a 1uF (1 microFarad) capacitor. Yes, in retrospect I suppose it's a bit confusing to use "u" to abbreviate "micro" - it's a Greek letter thing. If you're buying this off a rack or whatever at a parts store, the correct label would be as shown. Even though the correct capacitor value is 1000 times larger, the physical part size will be about the same and should cost about the same.