It shouldn't be an issue should it? My Hasselblad has the leaf shutter in the lens and not a focal plane... And it only has a max of 1/500, and if I were shooting indoors I probably wouldn't be that high anyway.
Okay, you didn't say you we're using a Hassy before. I was just concerned because some cameras can sync as low as 1/60, like some focal-plane shutter SLRs. Shutters in d*g*tals seem to run roughly 1/200, and high sync speeds are useful for blocking out the ambient and enabling sufficiently open apertures to get shallow depth of field for portraits.