Help with my speedlight

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    I have a Canon 30D and a Nikon flash, it fires BUT it leaves a black strip at the bottom of my pictures. I've changes lenses thinking it was a shadow but it's not. Help!
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    what shutter speed are you using?
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    What flash mode are you shooting in?
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    Your shutter speed is too fast and isn't syncing.


    You really should be using a Canon speedlight.
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    My shutter was to fast. Thanks

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