The most important thing to be careful is DoF issues for a long lens. For example, if you zoom to 22mm, most certainly you will have blurring both at the near and far field of view. This can be overcome by fixing the iris (mostly shut) assuming you (1) can do that and (2) you have lighting all the time you want surveillance.
Here's an example of the risk in a hallway:
The flip side problem is the shorter the lens, the faster the pixel density drops down the hallway. However, at say 10mm / 27 degrees, at 100' from the camera, the PPF will be a decent ~30ppf.
Would you consider a 360 dgree camera, wall mount it in the middle of the hallway onto the wall, and configure it into 180 degrees mode.
The distance would be split to 150 ft on each side:
advantage:zero blind spots
dis-advantage: low ppf at the ends of the hallway.
CC8130 is a 1Mp , so pixel density after 3 meters will be terrible I confirm. On the other hand, it's for detection , not for identification or recognition so it might do the job for a low budget with a very limited dead zone (where other camera might have 2 or 3 meters dead)