The camera comes with a Joby Gorillapod and a nice case. After I downloaded the wrong app and the finally got the right one (umm, user error there), the camera sync’d up to my camera easily and I got some great photos. The addition of the Joby Gorillapod is a nice touch but Dad a Joby Gorillapod Micro 250 Tripod that he uses for things that I might try. I like a lower center of gravity for some things. Also, even though Joby calls it a Gorillapod, it isn’t one which is weird and makes me question the competence of Joby’s marketing department. Why not just call it a Joby Micro 250 tripod? Despite all of that, it is a great tripod.
Yes, the 4k video on the Nikon Keymission 360 is preferred but it is a lot more money at $649.99 and 1080p is enough for me for most of what I am doing. Finally, the Safari 360 uses the GoPro Mount which means all of the GoPro adaptors I got this summer will all work.