I plan on installing a security camera on my house.
I want the security camera to be wide-angle so that it can capture my porch, driveway, and sidewalk all on video.
My house is two stories with 9 foot ceilings, with a slab that's roughly 3 feet high in the front. So the eve of the roof is approximately 25 feet above ground level at the front of the house -- this is about the height the camera will be mounted at.
I'm on the edge of a cul-de-sac, so while one corner of my house is about 30 feet from the curb, the other corner is nearly 50 feet from the curb. This longer corner is where my driveway is located - making my whole driveway from garage to street nearly 50 feet.
I want this camera to be able to identify a human subject in low-light conditions (night time or rain) at any point on my property -- meaning the maximum distance will be 50-60 feet from the camera.
For this purpose, what type of camera should I be looking at? Is 1080p sufficient, or do I need to spring for 4K?