I've retrieved my grandmother's old 127 camera from the closet and want to fool around with it. It has two ranges for exposure, one for Anscochrome Daylight or Kodacolor and the other for Super Anscochrome. The camera was made in 1958-59, so I'm assuming the Anscochrome Daylight and Kodacolor was in the range of ASA 32-64.

I've found one refernece to Super Anscochrome that says it was factory rated at ASA 100. Does anyone know?

I'm interested because if the Super Anscochrome was rated at ASA 100, I can use the camera with modern films. The camera is not adjustable other than between these two settings.
Thanks,
Juan