One of our main clients provides us site floor plans and RCPs in PDF format. I've been loading them into Illustrator to mark up camera locations with custom-made camera objects to show FOVs, but Illustrator is kinda overkill for that.
I've played with JVSG's IP Video System Design Tool in the past and it kinda did what I need, but at the time couldn't import PDFs, and exporting a PDF to a GIF for the background really affected quality. JVSG is kinda overkill as well, as I don't need to generate 3D views and bandwidth reports and such.
So what else are people using for this? I just need something to mark up a drawing with camera locations and rough FOVs without going back to my crayons.
Something I can use on an Android tablet would be ideal, adding and changing as I walk through a site - so far all the PDF markup apps I've tried have been clunky, confusing, or really lacking in features, and none of them let me create a template camera icon.
This is basically what we do with a printed drawing, little sticky dots, and a marker... this is what I'd like to be able to do electronically: