I always thought record and super record calipers were identical. The difference was in the levers which were drilled for SR or plain for record.
I thought that was a SR front mech cos the cage had cut outs, whereas record had solid cages.
Long time ago and happy to be corrected if wrong
Interestingly the only SR-specific front mech from this period was the version with the black painted/anodised arms. The identical (but for the black parts) NR version went through a throng of changes in it's 20+ year evolution. Early versions had no holes and no lip, then came the lip (assisted changes and wasn't quite so dangerous) then came three holes then came the rarer four hole which was only in production for a year.
The standard NR version was supplied with early gen 1 SR groupsets so is often confused with SR. The differences in the groupsets at this time were very subtle and really only cosmetic, it was the arrival of gen 2 with SR-specific parts peppered with titanium bolts that really got the ball rolling. Some of the hard-to-find parts from this groupset are highly prized amongst Campagnolo collectors e.g. freewheels and titanium axled hubs.