tadakan wrote:That's totally fair. Would you, or anyone else, be able to point me towards the type of information you need to make suggestions?
You can take a trial version of IP Video System Design Tool, like I have shown in that topic
load your site plan and add your cameras, add obstacles (trees, cars) and test people and finally see what images you will get on your DVR/ NRV.
The most important thing that you will be able to see identification/recognition zones based on pixels per meter or pixels per foot.
250 PPM or 76 PPF for Identification of people (by European standard EN62676-4)
125 PPF or about 38 PPF for Recognition of people.
IMHO your camera positions should be revised. For example, I don't understand the idea behind Camera 10 position.
You can easily rotate Cam10 left (about 30 degrees) for a better view.
Unfortunately, I cannot see the real size of your house to accurately re-scale your drawing.