Japanese Fujifilm manager Jun Watanabe gave an interview in Japanese to Map Camera.
The whole video is in Japanese, but luckily dclife shared a summary of the main points, which you can read in original Japanese here.
Here is the version in Google translated English, with a special note to the headline of the article that reads:
We are working on WOW product development
Does Fujifilm plan to release a Cinema Camera?
I don’t have any plans so far, but this time “X-H2S” has improved considerably including video performance and functions, so first of all, I would like to see the evaluation and reaction using “X-H2S”.
[…] I feel that videos and still images are fusion quite a bit, so this kind of “X-H2” I feel that hybrid cameras like “S” will be the future trend, and hybrid cameras, not cinema-only cameras, will also be mainstream.
Fujifilm is developing commercial lenses and cine lenses for PL mounts and E-mounts for the broadcasting and film industries. Are you thinking of developing lenses for other companies’ mounts?
At the moment, there are no plans to develop other companies’ mount lenses, and we will focus on our own mount lenses. […] there are still places where the lineup of lenses is not enough and there are still places where we have to improve the lens performance, so I would like to focus on our lineup first.
Message from Mr. Watanabe on the 10th anniversary of X-mount
Thank you very much for your continued patronage of our X series. I would like to continue to pay attention to everyone’s expectations and so that everyone, including me, would like to work on offering “WOW” products so that they can say, “I really want to buy this.” I would appreciate it if you could. I look forward to working with you again.
Well, that reference about the WOW products definitely sounds intriguing.